CRAFTING THROUGH THE AGES
Traditional crafts have long been a part of the way of life in Jersey and we have some wonderful things in our collections to demonstrate this, from quilts to woven baskets and pottery. We also have some amazing artwork from those interned at the Bad Wurzach camp during World War Two.
Ever wondered how our collections are cared for? It’s all about having the right time, the right location and the right temperature! Meet our Conservation Team who will tell you more.
Archaeology – Part One
Join Olga Finch, Jersey Heritage’s Curator of Archaeology and Georgia Robinson the Historic Environment and Finds Officer as they talk about the Island’s Ice Age archaeology.
English subtitles are available by clicking ‘CC’ on the video.
Join Roland and Helen as they show us the wonderful objects and documents we have in our collections that relate to our local schools past and present.
Join Neil, Jason and Stuart as they show us the wonderful Maritime objects and documents we have in our collections.
Shops and shopping
A focus on shops and shopping with objects and documents from the past two centuries. Reminisce and remember shops such as de Faye’s Chemist and Luce’s and find out more about some of the businesses still located in King Street such as de Gruchys and Voisins.