A time capsule from the Cold War era.
A free-to-access dolmen built around 6,000 years ago to align with the rising sun on the spring and autumn equinox.
Visit a fortress just off the coast of Jersey to explore 400 years of history.
A picturesque country farm estate from the 15th century sharing the story of Jersey’s rural life.
The Island’s national repository holding archival material from public institutions as well as private businesses and individuals.
In the heart of St Helier you’ll discover the story of Jersey.
A peaceful and ancient site where you can visit one of the oldest buildings in the world.
An interactive adventure about Jersey’s seafaring history and the Occupation Tapestry Gallery tells the Island’s story during World War II.
A medieval castle with links to the English Crown and amazing views across to France.
The Island’s only working signal station, displaying weather warnings and signals for special occasions.
Open for special events during the year.