Entry into Jersey Museum & Art Gallery will be just 75p between Christmas and New Year to mark the final few days of a year that celebrated 75 years since the Island was liberated from Occupation.
The reduced entry fee will be available from Sunday, 27 December to Wednesday, 30 December, inclusive and will include entry to all exhibitions at Jersey Museum, including the Victorian House. As always, entry is free for Jersey Heritage Members and children under six. Entry also remains free for the A Day to Remember – Liberation 75 exhibition in the John de Veulle Gallery. This exhibition is kindly sponsored by Alex Picot Trust.
Louise Downie, Jersey Heritage’s Director of Curation & Experience, said: “We are always delighted by the enthusiastic response from Islanders to the reduced entry fee at this time of year. Although it has been a year of celebration to mark a very special anniversary, it has also been a difficult year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We hope that people will come to the Museum and enjoy the incredible footage that is part of A Day to Remember – Liberation 75, and take advantage of the opportunity to discover many other stories from Jersey’s fascinating past for just 75p.”
Jersey Museum is currently home to People Make Jersey – our stories of immigration, as well as permanent displays, The Story of Jersey exhibition, which looks at Jersey’s history from 250,000 years ago, and Jersey – 100 objects. There are also historic paintings on display and in the beautifully-restored Victorian House, visitors can learn how a drama unfolded for a Victorian family in 1869.