We were "welcomed" at the Stony Batter tunnels by a seemingly mad lady who took it on herself to demonstrate her impressively colourful vocabulary in describing how the previous visitors had refused to pay. She then fed one of the sheep some coke from a can and continued to swear at us whilst she searched for the keys to the tunnels.
We weren't expecting the Guggenheim but the museum is just a motley collection of random tat. It is in a dilapidated building and is surrounded by old rusty caravans, dirty towels hanging on makeshift washing lines and annoying sheep addicted to coke. In fact, to even call it a museum is a massive stretch. It only costs 50c to get in which is about all it is worth.
It is much more expensive to get into the tunnels. Be aware that they are ink black, damp and incredibly scary. They offer a passing interest to anyone interested in military history. We only went in because we were terrified of the lady running the place. We left someone outside in case she locked us in forever, did a quick tour and then got the hell out of there.
The rest of the reserve is a good walk and has some interesting information boards which you can enjoy without fearing for your life.
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