Clarence Battery 2024

The battery was constructed in 1780 as one of the original outer defences of Fort George, Guernsey’s major military headquarters in the late 1780s. It was originally known as ‘Terres Point Battery’ but was renamed 'Clarence Battery' in 1805 in honour of George III’s son. The battery is well preserved, and consists of numerous defenses and thick walls, which would have given it ample protection when the area was under attack. The elevated position gives it a superb view across St Peter Port and Castle Cornet, along with the Castle Breakwater.


Address: Above the Bathing Pools Current access via Fort George St Peter Port Guernsey

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