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All reviews atlantic wall well worth a visit gun battery narrow stairs walk up piece of history german fortifications channel islands open to the public world war stunning views per adult fascinating insight ladder trenches ww2 cliffs
Its one thing to read history its another to see it and experience it . I read about the Atlantic wall and the fact that it was in the Islands but until I saw it I really didn't understand what the allies were up against
We got a bus from other end of island and after difficulty finding where the tower is we had a long uphill walk only to find it closed. Supposed to be open Wednesdays and Sundays. We were there on Sunday at 3pm and greeted with...More
Well worth a visit to see such a well preserved part of Hitler's Atlantic Wall. A fascinating piece of history with some stunning views of the Channel.
Narrow stairs and low ceilings not for anyone who doesn't have a head for heights.
Battery Dollmann and Pleimont Observation Tower are close together, with in walking distance. Can be a bit awkward to find from the main road and not open to the public every day, but we’ll woth a visit if interested in the German Occupation. Both sites...More
Renovated world war 2 site which was part of the occupying German fortifications built to defend Guernsey. The site has been restored by volunteers with the tower open on select days however the batterie Dollman is open all day with a replica gun and trenches...More
We went with our 5 month old baby which I wouldn’t really recommend. The tower is educational and is a must see to visit but note it only opens twice a week. £3 per adult isn’t bad value for money. To get up onto the...More