The Channel Islands were the only British Territory to be occupied in the Second World War from June 1940 until May 1945. Visit two of the main sights that can offer an insight into life on the island during this period. The Underground Hospital is a vast concrete maze, built mostly beneath the surface and is the largest structural reminder of the Occupation in the Channel Islands. At the Occupation Museum you can gain an insight into the daily lives and hardships of the islanders who remained on the island.
|Moderate activity with more walking, possibly including short steep inclines and steps.|