2/4/18 we have visited the Ramsgate Wartime Tunnels. You really need to book your guided tour. When you arrive in Ramsgate follow the signs for the Harbour, from here there are signs for the tunnels. Follow these down to the promenade where there are couple of car parks, one of these has two disabled parking spaces. The tunnels are only a,very short walk from here. On entry the are tea room facilities which sadly we did not have time to make use of. You pay your entry fee and can have a look around in the open area with some exhibits, there is also a small museum and small cinema. You are asked to make your way to the assembly point approximately ten minutes before your tour starts, here you will be issued with a hard hat and a torch one between two. The tour starts and we had a brilliant guide named Dave, he told us a lot about the old tunnels and was very knowledgeable. The tunnel surface is quite uneven in places so make sure you wear decent shoes or boots, some areas are wet under foot. The tour is approximately 1.5 km and lasts for around one and a half hours, these tunnels are only part of the network that exists. They are trying to open more of the tunnels that Wind there way under Ramsgate. Some areas are quite low hence the hard hats and torches, I suffer with a very bad back but managed the tour alright. I would certainly recommend a visit to the tunnels and hope that you enjoy them as much as we all did.
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