Who we are - Jersey Heritage
Jersey Heritage’s works as an external advisor to the States of Jersey on matters relating to the architectural, historical and archaeological significance of buildings and sites in the Island.
Learning resources to explain the Jersey Corn Riots.
This year, Jersey has an extra bank holiday, commemorating the Jersey Corn Riots! How much do you know about the Corn Riots and how local people made a change to the way Jersey was ruled?
Find out more on these pages and visit the People! Power! Protest! exhibition at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery to explore how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.
Sign up for our Banner Making Workshops on Saturday 25 September, and stand out from the crowd.
Watch our video to find out our long-term strategy to invest in some of the castle’s key buildings, which will play a significant role in plans to interpret and re-tell the history and story of the landmark.
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From exhibitions, to cider making and tourism in the 1960s our free talks cover a huge variety of Jersey’s heritage.
On 9 May 1945 Jersey was liberated after five years of German Occupation. Find out some of the stories of those who lived in the Island through this difficult period and the stories of their communities in this series of free talks sponsored by Benest & Syvret.
Discover the stories from the streets where you live in a series of presentations about the people who lived, loved and worked there in this series of free talks.
Discover fascinating historic sites and collections with the new Jersey Heritage podcast.
Discover the fascinating story of our Town and the communities who worked or lived there in a series of free webinars by Jersey Archive staff.
Listen live and online to our free webinars, just register in advance here.
The local stories that make Jersey the unique Island we love.
Take a tour without leaving the sofa, discover Jersey’s maritime and spiritual landscape.
Take a closer look at some of the unique objects and documents that Jersey Heritage cares for.
Our staff have chosen their favourite papers, photographs and parchments that tell the stories of Jersey’s past.