La Hougue Bie Museum
Living History at La Hougue Bie starts on 6 May until 30 September. Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the site in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.
Normal admission prices apply. Jersey Heritage members go free.
Seigneur de Hambye's Fief around the 12th Century
Mondays 10am to 4pm
Hambye in Normandy was the ancestral home of the powerful Paynel family, one branch of which was led by the Seigneur de Hambye, who held land in Jersey. This piece of land referred to as a Fief was known as La Hougue Hambye. Hear intriguing stories about the Seigneur de Hambye accompanied with Medieval music by Cally Noel.
Major-General James D'Auvergne and the building of the Prince's Tower
Tuesdays 10am to 4pm
In 1759 Major-General James D'Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D'Auvergne, who had already started building his 'Prince's Tower'. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.
Tours - Take a tour with a Jersey Heritage guide
Regular programme of guided tours at 10.45am, contact site to confirm details