Open every Sunday 10am to 4pm until 22 March 2015 then;
Open daily from Wednesday 25 March 2015 to Sunday 1 November 2015 then;
Open every Sunday from Sunday 1 November 2015 to March 2016
Admission is Included in your entry fee to the Maritime Museum or admission to the Occupation Tapestry Gallery only is £4.50
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Free admission to children under 6 years old
Facilities and Access
Payment: On arrival, by cash (Sterling or Euros accepted), credit/debit card (not Diners Club or American Express)
Entrance and parking: Located on the New North Quay in close proximity to the Weighbridge and Liberation Square. No on-site car park but parking for cyclists. Nearest public car parks are located at the Waterfront, the Esplanade, Pier Road and Sand Street.
Buses and cycle routes: All bus routes to Liberation Station. Follow any cycle route for St Helier
Refreshments: A café is situated next door
Gift Shop: The Jersey Heritage gift shop, selling gifts and souvenirs relating to the collection and to Jersey is located at the museum and is open to visitors and non-visitors.
Access arrangements: Disabled access
Dogs: No dogs allowed, except guide dogs
New North Quay, St Helier, JE2 3ND, The Occupation Tapestry Gallery is located at the Maritime Museum. For more information call +44 (0)1534811 043
Latitude: 49.181570139848446, Longitude: -2.1101635694503784
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Visit the award winning Occupation Tapestry, also located at the Maritime Museum, made by the people of Jersey to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Island’s liberation. The twelve panels of this richly coloured tapestry tell the story of life in Jersey during the Second World War. This community work of art depicts Islanders' personal memories of the war and their experience of living under German occupation.
70 Years of Liberation
A fresh look at the Occupation Tapestry with new interactive touchscreens and audio-visual presentations that draw on the latest academic research about this fascinating part of Jersey’s history. How did people make acts of resistance against the Germans? Who were the victims of Nazi persecution?
The Channel Islands hold the unique distinction of being the only part of Britain to be occupied by the Germans. But how did the experience of Islanders compare with that of other occupied countries in mainland Europe?
From 25 March 2015
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