We are so pleased we visited this museum. It is amazing how big the building actually is and it gives a true insight into what the Channel Islanders went through for the 5 years they were occupied. Do have a read of the personal diaries kept by locals in secret. The notices displayed put fear in you seeing how people were treated if they did not obey. Upstairs you will find vehicles and equipment used at the time. Be prepared for a lengthy visit and then enjoy a relaxing drink in the rear garden, weather permitting of course.
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