Come on a mission with Jersey Heritage. If you can find the secrets and stories hidden at our sites you could win a Heritage Detective Award.


 

Come on a mission with Jersey Heritage. If you can find the secrets and stories hidden at our sites you could win a Heritage Detective Award.

Bring your Heritage Detective Passport along which you received at school and download the Heritage Detective sheets below to get started. Or you can pick a sheet from each Jersey Heritage site.

Collect as many stamps in your passport as you can and when you've finished, head to Jersey Museum to collet your Heritage Detective certificate and prize.

Each passport sets out a series of challenges for the youngsters to complete at each Jersey Heritage site, and two free to access sites, Grosnez Castle and Fort Regent Signal Station. At these free to access sites all Detectives need to do is take a photo of themselves there and take it along to Jersey Museum to get a stamp or two in their passport.  The aim is to complete the various detective challenges to get their eight stamps to complete the passport.  The stamped passports will then need to be handed into Jersey Museum for the fully qualified Detectives to receive their well-deserved certificates and prize. Detective Bones the Dog will be on hand with clues and facts along the way.

Each child has until June 18th to complete their passports with as many stamps as they can. There is a stamp on offer for each site visited and challenge completed.

 

Good luck Detective!

Detective Downloads

Jersey Museum & Art Gallery
Maritime Museum and Occupation Tapestry Gallery
Hamptonne Country Life Museum
La Hougue Bie
Elizabeth Castle
Mont Orgueil Castle