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Ramsgate Tunnels, Ramsgate

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Historical Tour
Beneath Ramsgate lies an abandoned labyrinth of tunnels which extends for more than 3 miles around the town. This unique underground city was constructed as part of the town’s Air Raid Precautions in 1939 and includes a former main line railway tunnel dating back to 1863.
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  • These former railway tunnels were used as evacuation shelters during world war 2. Our guide Gill was excellant and really good at picking out the trouble child! They were a bit disorganised getting th...  more »
  • This attraction is accessed through a disused railway station and the first part you see is an old Victorian Railway Tunnel. Once you are inside it is very atmospheric. The tour is guided - our guide ...  more »
  • As we used to live in Ramsgate we knew of the tunnels but they were not open to the public. So when this opportunity arose for a guided tour we decided to go for it. Best to book in advance as you wou...  more »
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  • Fascinating piece of WW2 history tucked away in Ramsgate. Very informative and friendly guides, suitable for children and adults. Not great for anyone who is unsteady on their feet. Well worth every penny.
  • Vey good. The tour is very interesting and educational, and the tour guides are very friendly and are always happy to help. The Ratz café is very nice and the foods and drink there are wonderful. I would Highly recommend going.
  • A great way to spend a couple of hours. Visited while on honeymoon this week, very helpful guides and a great lesson on the history of the town and the people of the time.
  • Fascinating. The tour was excellent and it was all very un-National-Trust, which is a good thing :D Book in advance if you can as they are a small operation.
  • Brilliant for a day out and to understand the history of Ramsgate. Loved it