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Small but informative. Great to find out about shipwrecks old and new

First time I have visited for years. I recently purchased a discovery pass for £18 which gives you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
The_IPB
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Guernsey
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The peril of the seas

One of only three Martello towers on Guernsey, Fort Grey is now a reminder of the perils of the sea... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Michelle S
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Derby, United Kingdom
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Reviewed yesterday

One of only three Martello towers on Guernsey, Fort Grey is now a reminder of the perils of the sea and the work that goes into protecting and saving lives. From lighthouses to runaway oil platforms the museum tells many stories of heroism and loss....More

Thank Michelle S
Reviewed 2 days ago

Very small and not a lot to see visually, lots of reading so if you don't like reading it's not the place for you.

Thank Donna B
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Situated in a small fort across a short causeway. Very informative showing numerous shipwrecks. Museum is on two floors. Great views along the coast and to the lighthouse.

Thank Richard2369
Reviewed 6 days ago

My test of a good museum is that it can really take you back in time to when the artefacts it exhibits were serving their original purpose. In that way we get an illustration of how people in former times lived their lives. On that...More

Thank Michael N
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

First time I have visited for years. I recently purchased a discovery pass for £18 which gives you a years access to the Guernsey Museum Service sites. The others being Castle Cornet, Candie Museum and the German Navy Signals Bunker. This is a great Museum...More

Thank The_IPB
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Quiet relaxing Holiday, plenty of places to explore ,look out for Asda shop. A day spent by the Harbour ,watching the big Cruise liners coming in, and the ferry reversing into its berth.

Thank jhg L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We chose this museum as we wanted something other than the war years and experiences. It is a very thoughtfully arranged use of the fort over two floors. The exhibits are very clearly displayed and the explanations are clear and not overly detailed. That meant...More

Thank lindarathome
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum is on two floors in the old tower. there are details of several shipwrecks both old and recent and a list of known wrecks for several centuries. The artefacts are well presented and labelled and the best use is made of the limited...More

Thank NortonKen
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Created by a very friendly man who gave us lots of information about the surroundings and shipwreck. The views were amazing and the information inside was very interesting!

Thank lucy86745
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My kids were very excited to go to the shipwreck museum. Very disappointing. Very small selection of objects found in the sea. Nice for a stroll and beautiful views. Luckily the entry fee is cheap. The elderly gentleman working there was very nice and helpful....More

Thank YvonneOM
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