We bring stories to life, through living history, tours, activities and events. So that no matter how you can choose to enjoy it, we can help you find your place in the Island’s story
A powerful exhibition that examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade.
This display considers the monumental events of January 1781, when a French invasion force landed in Jersey.
Engraved stones found in Jersey are the the earliest art forms discovered in the British Isles.
The free Visitor Centre will help you to understand and explore Jersey.
The world's largest Celtic hoard was discovered in Jersey, this exhibition explores why people might have buried it there.
Stand to attention for the Midday Parade and prepare yourself for the resounding bang of the signal gun.
Meet Rose Le Brun, the Bouonnefemme at Hamptonne, who will let you in on local secrets and village gossip.
Take a tour of Hamptonne with one of our volunteer guides.
Take a tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
Learn about the Neolithic Longhouse at La Hougue Bie and watch one of our volunteers light a fire using authentic techniques.
Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
Take a tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our volunteer guides.
Watch the ladies of Hamptonne use the Jersey spindle wheel to create local textile crafts.
Every week there's an opportunity to experience some Jèrriais, as speakers and learners meet up to use Jersey's own language.
An exhibition celebrating Jersey’s rich heritage of farming, fishing and food.
Join local artist Louise Ramsay in a series of art workshops around the Island.
Behind the scenes to look at objects and artwork in our collection.
A unique Jersey experience in the beautiful surroundings of Hamptonne.
Geologist Dr Tom Stevens takes you on a tour through Earth’s climate history & what we can learn from Jersey’s exceptional climate records.
A series of free talks from the team at Jersey Archive
Explore Jersey's rich cultural heritage through the Brilliance Trail, which offers a glimpse into the Island's past.
Creative fun for all the family.
Are you a Jersey Heritage Member, who'd like to learn more but pressed for time?
Gather by the fire for some ghostly tales
Totem is an interactive audiovisual installation that invites audiences to explore human connectivity.
Local historian Colin Isherwood talks about the Guest Books of Soldatenheim II
YAC is the perfect club for anyone aged 8-16 years old who is interested in archaeology and discovering how we learn more about our history.
A winter warmer of an event to celebrate our leafy friends