Due to the current worldwide health crisis, German Naval Signals HQ will not be reopening to the public until further notice. Guernsey Museum at Candie remains open as normal
The headquarters of the German Naval Commander Channel Islands was established in the nearby La Collinette Hotel, and the Signal HQ was responsible for all radio traffic to and from Germany and the other Islands. Visit the last operational Signals HQ that was running up until 9 May 1945, using the Enigma code machines that were being decoded by the staff at Bletchley Park.
Admission: Adults £4.00, Children £1.50
Open: 12:30pm - 4:30pm
Discovery Pass £18 - An annual pass that gives you unlimited seasonal entry to Castle Cornet, Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery, Fort Grey and the German Naval Signals Headquarters - all accompanying children under 18 years go free.
Perry's guide reference: Town Map F4