Cold War Bunker Tours
For the very first time, Jersey Heritage is offering public access to Jersey’s Cold War Bunker through a series of pre-bookable tours led by expert guides who worked at the Bunker during the Cold War period.
The Cold War Bunker is a fascinating site at Springfield that demonstrates how the Island’s authorities planned to react in the event of a nuclear war. Essential personnel would be evacuated to this Second World War German communications bunker which had been transformed into a Cold War nuclear fallout bunker, equipped with blast-proof doors, emergency rations, protective clothing and radiation equipment.
Access to the Bunker is limited and the 45 minute tours must be pre-booked. Special rates apply for Jersey Heritage members. Children must be aged 12 or over.
Directions: From the junction at Robin Hood, head north on Trinity Road. The Cold War Bunker is set well back on the right side of the road immediately before the Victorian terraced houses of Springfield Crescent. Please note that there is no parking on site.