The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Historical drama film 'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society' is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download.
Not seen the movie yet? Check out this 10-second teaser of the heart-warming and uplifting tale - we guarantee you will be tempted to download or buy a copy.
Visit the island that inspired the film. We have included some itinerary ideas based around the Guernsey movie for you to explore on your next visit to the island.
Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society themed walking tour - This self-guided walk is free to download as an audio guide or a one-page route map. The route explores St Martins, where characters from the novel and film live, as well as the south coast cliffs, which are dotted with German Occupation remnants.
The German Occupation Museum - The museum provides a unique insight into life in Guernsey during the occupation from 1940 to 1945.
German Underground Hospital - The underground tunnels were constructed during the Second World War and are the largest construction in the Channel Islands, hewn out of solid rock.
Castle Cornet - During the occupation Castle Cornet was known as Stuzpunkt Hafenschloss (Strongpoint Harbour Castle). Through the Second World War it housed Luftwaffe Flak (anti-aircraft) units. Many modifications were made to the castle during this period as the defenses once again had to be brought up to date for modern warfare.
La Vallette Underground Military Museum - Set in a complex of tunnels that were built by German forces as a fuel storage facility for their U-Boats, the museum is near La Vallette bathing pools and features various military and occupation memorabilia.
The World War II German Naval Observation Tower - The tower offers magnificent views from this southwest coast spot, from which Hanois lighthouse and Lihou Island can be seen.