We are Jersey Heritage, our charity is dedicated to protecting Jersey’s unique culture and heritage



Come and explore Jersey’s heritage and visit our landmark castles and museums
Places to visit
What's on?

There’s always something new to discover, a new story to share or a memory to create, take a look at what’s on and be part of the Island story

Jèrriais Chat Group

Come and chat with our Jèrriais speakers, or simply enjoy a cuppa and listen to the sound of our indigenous language.

Wild Food Forage

Jersey Heritage (JH) Members are invited to join Kazz Padidar from Wild Adventures, on this wild food forage in the parish of St Ouen.

Occupation Archives

A Jersey Heritage Members' tour behind the scenes at Jersey Archive to see some of the fascinating documents held from the Occupation.

Shakespearean Jèrriais

Members are invited to dive into the fascinating world of Shakespeare, language and Jèrriais

Francoise Nicolle

It's 1865 and Francoise Nicolle, her husband, mother and children live at Hamptonne Farm as tenant farmers.


The stories of Jersey

Learn a little more about our Island's stories


Family walk through pink door
Support us

When you join us as a Member, you’ll experience events, exhibitions and special days out at all of our visitor sites.

Join us


Painting of Elizabeth Castle from 1764
Discover the Island's stories

Find out what makes our Island so special, read some of the heritage stories and discover our Island story.

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Jersey Archive group talk about a docuement
Start your family history research

Discover your story this year and start your family history research online or in-person at Jersey Archive.

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Historic places to visit for free

There's lots of free history and heritage to explore, here are some of our top picks

Painting of St Helier Harbour

Research tools

Historic environment record (HER) for Jersey

An extensive online resource and research tool about the heritage of Jersey showcasing the Island’s rich diversity of archaeological sites, finds, historic buildings and landscapes.

HER website


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