Free admission to children under 6 years old
There is no requirement to book if your group is below 6+ Adults / Seniors
15% Group Booking discount is applicable to pre booked groups of 6+ or more Adults or Seniors (or combination of)
15% discount for pre booked groups of 6 or more adults or seniors. Please book in advance here
10% discount for non pre booked groups of 6 or more adults or seniors (at VSA discretion)
Students and children no group booking discount
Jersey Heritage welcomes the following Reciprocal Agreements:
- Museums Association Members
- International Council of Museums (ICOM) members
- Alderney Society / Museum ticket holders
- Guernsey Discovery Pass Holders. (Jersey Museum Only)
- National Art Pass – Mont Orgueil / Jersey Museum
- Friends of Manx National Heritage
- Réseau des Musées de Normandie – Muséopass Card
Our disabled visitors pay the normal admission rate and we are happy to offer free admission for up to two carers.
Unlimited access to 4 must see attractions for the price of 3
ABOUT JERSEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
Discover the story of Jersey for free on the ground floor, watch our Story of Jersey film and take in our permanent display Jersey – 100 Objects. Also free on the Ground Floor is the Aspiring Jersey Island Geopark Visitor Centre – the Island hub for information on exploring Jersey to see first-hand how geology has shaped and influenced the Island we know today.
There’s more to discover at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery (admission prices apply). Explore Jersey’s history from 250,000 years ago when the first people arrived in Jersey and continues through the centuries to explore the factors that have shaped this unique Island and the people who live here. Find out about Jersey’s link with the English Crown despite being so close to France; listen to Jèrriais (Jersey-French) being spoken; learn about the Island’s traditional farming industry and watch fascinating archive footage of the early years of tourism. Find out about Jersey’s prosperity in A Prosperous Island exhibition as part of the Story of Jersey, sponsored by Jersey Finance.
You can also visit – People Power Protest! an exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.
Step inside the beautifully restored Victorian House and enter the drama of a Victorian family in crisis. On the evening of 27th August 1869, a momentous decision was taken by the family that lived at No 9 Pier Road. Dr Charles Ginestet persuaded his wife Jeanne that they should abandon their beautiful home and flee to France to start a new life. They would be leaving behind friends and family but also a nightmare of debts and legal proceeding.
The Story of Jersey has won the Visit England ‘Best Told Story’ Accolade.
Top 5 things to do at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery
1) Go back in time to the 19th century with a visit to the beautifully restored, gas-lit Victorian House
2) Discover the Island’s Ice Age history and meet Barbu the resident Neanderthal
3) See the Lillie Langtry pieces on display
4) Take a look at the manuscript written by Jean Chevalier of Jersey during the English Civil War. You can also download it for free on iBook.
5) Explore the FREE Aspiring Jersey Island Geopark Visitor Centre – Sponsored by Saltgate
The coffee shop and eatery serves coffee, house baked treats and brunch.
Take away or eat in. Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilities and Access
Read our access statement for Jersey Museum & Art Gallery.
Payment: Can be made by debit, credit card (not Amex), in Sterling or Euro.
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: Located at the Weighbridge St Helier near the Royal Yacht Hotel. No on-site car park but parking for cyclists. Public parking in Pier Road.
Buses and cycle routes: Any bus to Liberation Station. Follow any cycle route for St Helier
Refreshments: The Yard cafe on site is open daily
Gift Shop: The Jersey Heritage gift shop, selling gifts and souvenirs is located at the Museum
Access arrangements: There is a lift to all floors
Dogs: No dogs allowed, except Guide Dogs. Read our policy here.
Hearing loop: available at reception and a portable hearing loop is available for groups if requested in advance
WIFI: Available on site