Recognised by UNESCO, the Jersey Archive is the Island’s national repository holding records on all aspects of Jersey’s history. Researchers can use archive resources to trace their family history, the story of their house or street, and to find out more about the German Occupation of Jersey during the Second World War.
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The archive catalogue can be found online (www.jerseyheritage.org/research-centre) and Information leaflets are available on a variety of subjects.
Staff at Jersey Archive can assist with family history, legal and property research enquiries, offer advice about preservation, and give talks, tours and educations services.
Jersey Archive also holds the collections of the Channel Islands Family History Society.
Open: All year, Tuesday - Thursday, 9am-5pm (Reading Rooms closed 1-2). Late night Thursday on the last Thursday of the month until 7pm. Open on the third Saturday of the month from 9am-1pm.
Closed: 4th - 6th December, 21st December - 1st January (re-opening 2nd January)
Jersey Archive, Clarence Road, St Helier, JE2 4JY
Admission – FREE
Please bring photographic ID on your first visit to register as a reader.
Members – 20% off research fees