The Jersey Heritage Lets Open Day invites the public to visit and explore a host of unique landmarks which are available to let throughout the year. Throughout the day everyone will have the chance to look around these unique buildings, including the iconic Radio Tower at Corbiere and Barge Aground in St Ouen’s Bay.
Jersey Heritage is responsible for caring for and promoting the Island’s heritage and has been running self-catering and coastal tower accommodation from 2006. Each property has been given a new life and restored to showcase its unique history, many with original features. Since the start of the project, the number of properties available to Jersey residents and tourists has increased to 13, with La Rocco Tower soon to become available.
Heritage Lets Open Day is a great opportunity for local residents to gain access and explore these special properties, whether you are interested in the architecture and history, would like to book for a break with friends or family or are just curious to have a look around and see how they have been developed.
Open to the public
Barge Aground, The Radio Tower, La Crête Fort, Fort Leicester, Kempt Tower, Fisherman’s Cottage, Cider Barn Apartment at Hamptonne, Stable Apartment at Hamptonne, L’Etacquerel Fort, Lewis’s Tower, Archirondel Tower and La Tour Cârrée