Find a Place to Visit - Jersey Heritage

Discover the Island's maritime past, explore iconic castles, learn about Jersey's unique heritage or find out more about Jersey's rural past.  Become a Jersey Heritage member and you get free year-round access to all the Jersey Heritage sites - find out how to become a member.


Elizabeth Castle

Elizabeth Castle -›

Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years. You can take the amphibious Castle Ferry or walk out alongthe causeway at low tide. Explore Jersey’s history, climb the battlements dating back to the 1590s and experience history coming to life with live demonstrations and gunfire!

Maritime Museum

Maritime Museum -›

Discover Jersey’s maritime past at this interactive museum, where you can see, touch, hear and even smell exhibits.

Mont Orgueil Castle

Mont Orgueil Castle -›

Explore one of the world’s finest examples of a medieval castle which has cast its shadow over the beautiful fishing village of Gorey for over 800 years. Take in breathtaking views of the French coast as you delve into the network of staircases, towers and secret rooms to discover hidden treasures.

Occupation Tapestry Gallery

Occupation Tapestry Gallery -›

Visit the award winning Occupation Tapestry, made by the people of Jersey to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Island’s liberation.

La Hougue Bie Museum

La Hougue Bie Museum -›

One of the ten oldest buildings in the world, built long before the Egyptian pyramids and aligned with the equinox. Enter into one of Europe’s finest passage graves and discover Jersey’s neolithic history at this tranquil and spiritual heritage site.

Jersey Archive

Jersey Archive -›

Jersey Archive was established as part of Jersey Heritage in 1993. The Archive is the Island’s national repository holding archival material from public institutions as well as private businesses and individuals.

Hamptonne Country Life Museum

Hamptonne Country Life Museum -›

Hamptonne is open for Group Tours only. Open for the La Faîs’sie d’Cidre Saturday 8 October 10am to 7pm and Sunday 9 October 10am to 4pm