This museum is located down quiet lanes, but is well signposted.
It is very good value to get in at £6.
Once inside, it is a treasure trove of artifacts, information and collections. Much care and attention has gone into the information provided with the exhibits. I had not idea just how much the occupation had affected the island, with original permits for many things on display, such as driving a car, being allowed extra rations.
There are a few scenes that are recreated. One is of a family listening to a radio, another is of a prison cell and finally a whole street is recreated.
The building doesn't look too big from the outside, but I spent a couple of hours in there.
There is also a cafe, but I cannot comment on this as I didn't eat or drink there.
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