Open daily from 10am to 5pm from Wednesday 25 March to Sunday 1 November 2015
||Child (6 to 16)
||Student (16+) in full time education or holds a student card
||Family Ticket (2 adults 2 children)
Free admission to children under 6 years old
Find out about the Heritage Pass - Unlimited access to 4 must see attractions for the price of 3
La Route de la Hougue Bie, Grouville, JE2 7UA For more information call +44 (0)1534 853 823
Latitude: 49.20035454689864, Longitude: -2.0639920234680176
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La Hougue Bie delivers a truly memorable experience that is at once thought provoking and peaceful. The site features one of Europe's finest passage graves where you can learn about life in Jersey's Neolithic community 6,000 years ago. A medieval chapel sits on top of the prehistoric mound and dolmen dominating this tranquil and spiritual site. Unlike many other dolmens you can stand inside the chamber of the passage grave and feel the heart of this place of worship.
Visit the archaeology exhibition of the Ice Age Island project which draws on current research to tell exciting stories about how our ancestors lived and adapted to the Ice Age world.
Ancient treasures are waiting to be found in the geology and archaeology museum, including coin hoards, axes, swords and spears. You’ll also discover a command bunker built during the German Occupation, housing a unique memorial to the slave-workers who were brought to the Channel Islands by invading Nazi forces during the Second World War.
From autumn the world’s largest Celtic coin hoard will be on display at La Hougue Bie. View some of the gold and silver treasures found in the hoard and watch conservators as they painstakingly excavate more coins and treasure from the hoard.
La Hougue Bie has a large picnic area where you can enjoy a day out amongst the beautiful and peaceful surroundings.
Visit Treasures of the Island, our new permanent exhibition about the discovery and excavation of the famous Jersey hoards, including a replica of the hoard and a place to find out the latest in the whole conservation and identification process. Sponsored by Capco Trust.
Top 5 things to do at La Hougue Bie Museum
1) Be sure to visit the Neolithic tomb which is older than the pyramids.
2) Experience Ice Age Island Project and Exhibition
3) Climb the hill to see the Medieval Chapel.
4) Take some time to reflect at the World War II Slave Worker memorial.
5) Archaeology Museum telling the story of Islanders from ¼ million years ago up to the end of the Roman period.
Read more about the impressive Prince's Tower once situated at the site.
You can take a virtual tour of Jersey's spiritual landscape by downloading the free audio tour from the tours and trails section on the website.
Facilities and Access
Payment: On arrival, by cash (Sterling or Euros accepted), credit/debit card (not Diners Club or American Express)
Organised groups: 15% discount for groups of 6 or more adults or seniors. Please book in advance by completing the form here.
Entrance and parking: Car park on site
Buses and cycle routes: There is a bus stop outside the main entrance at LHB. LibertyBus run a regular service from Liberty Station, for route numbers and times please contact LibertyBus: Tel: 01534 828555 www.libertybus.je. Jersey cycle routes 3 and 8
Refreshments: Hot and cold drinks, snacks and ice creams available. La Hougue Bie has a large picnic area where you can enjoy a day out amongst the beautiful and peaceful surroundings.
Gift Shop: The Jersey Heritage gift shop, selling gifts and souvenirs relating to the site and to Jersey, is located on site and is open to visitors and passers by.
Guide Book: A souvenir guide book is available to buy on site or from the downloads and publications section of the website.
Access arrangements: There is limited disabled access at the site
Dogs: No dogs allowed, except Guide Dogs
Green Management: The green management of Elizabeth Castle is sponsored by Ogier.
La Hougue Bie (Visitor Attraction) has achieved a Silver level in the Green Tourism Scheme , for more information on the scheme please go to the Green Tourism website.