Discover our archives, collections and stories of Jersey and find out how to start your own research
Our collections tell the Island’s stories through archives, archaeology, art and objects, we preserve and provide access to these collections for current and future generations.
At La Cotte de St Brelade (La Cotte) in Jersey, appearances are deceptive but there is more to it than meets the eye.
The Brighton Road tragedy
Donna Le Marrec, who works for the National Trust Jersey, uncovered surprising and tragic stories in her family tree.
Claude Cahun and Jersey
Claude Cahun (1894-1954) was an artist, photographer and writer. She is best known today for her surreal self-portrait photographs.
Castles of Jersey
Why has been one of the most heavily fortified parts of the British Isles?
Cider making in Jersey
Apple orchards and cider-making are an intrinsic part of our history, having once shaped the landscape, culture and economy of the Island.