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Jersey War Tours is Registered with the Jersey Financial Services Commission as a Non-Profit Organisation - NPO1207

£60pp 08:45 - 13:00

** New sites added for 2020 **


Bookings only accepted online - Book early to avoid disappointment


Become a member for the day and join our researchers Phil & Kimberley on a daytime tour of WWII bunkers & their own research sites, all of which are not usually open to the public. They will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress & help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour. The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away. Tours need to be pre-booked & early booking recommended. This tour is a must for the bunker and WWII enthusiasts.


Where do you go?

Below is a list of the types of sites we try to visit during the daytime tour, all of which we have unique access to.


Observation Bunkers 

Artillery Batteries 

Anti-Aircraft Batteries 

Tunnel complexes  

Personnel Bunkers 

German Resistance Nests

German Strongpoints



Why Choose us?

There is no better way to learn about the Occupation during the second world war than with Jersey War Tours. JWT is the only Non-Profit Organisation offering military tours in Jersey. The profit JWT makes gets reinvested back into WW2 research, preservation, education and archaeology. We are not commercial tour guides so are passionate about sharing our history and providing you with an experience that you will never forget. Excellent feedback, please see our TripAdvisor reviews, well apart from a few people who did not book early enough to get on the tour. Please book early to avoid disappointment.  


Jersey's Weather 

We want you to have a fantastic experience so please bear in mind when preparing for your tour, Jerseys weather can be unpredictable in Jersey so dress in layers There is a moderate amount of walking involved so please wear comfortable shoes. The tour will be run no matter the weather so please make sure you are dressed appropriately 


What to wear and bring? 

We recommend having a coat and dress for the season

Bunkers are usually 13°C /55°F so in the summer they feel cold and in the winter quite warm

Walking boots, sensible trainers or comfortable walking shoes. Do not wear sandals or flip-flops

Some bunkers are damp, and trails to them can be muddy

Water or a drink, snacks, sunscreen and photography is allowed

We have plenty of torches, but feel free to bring your own


How physically fit should I be to join a tour? 

You don’t need to be an athlete nor have previous experience in exploring bunkers, but you must be physically fit and able to walk unaided on rough and uneven terrain, especially at night. There are ladders, trip hazards, low doorways and many ways to injure yourself and you enter all sites at your own risk. 


Who should not participate in our tours? 

People with a history of cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases or any pre-existing conditions not compatible with physical activities.  

Anyone under the influence of alcohol, exploring bunkers can be dangerous, so we need you at your best

Anybody that suffers from dizzy spells or have any concerns that they could faint 


Where is the pickup point?

All daytime tours start at the Royal Square in town (click here for location), and we recommend you being there for 08:30. Please contact us if we can assist you in locating the start location.