Explore The Barracks wherever you find the doors are open. Feel free to wander around and discover the many different things there are to see. Find information on Jersey's north coast, Greve de Lecq's history, scenes from 19th century military life and the story of the defence of the island. A collection of horse-drawn vehicles and farm implements are on display and local artists exhibit their work. The Barracks are protected by The National Trust for Jersey and is also home to the National Trust for Jersey shop.
Routes 7b & 9
Open: May - September. Closed: October - April.
Whether you are seeking high culture in the form of art galleries, potteries or local crafts, Jersey offers the visitor a rich array.
Jersey has everything that is ideal for a family holiday - safe, clean beaches, country walks, attractions and sports that appeal to all ages.
Jersey is an island of flowers – the temperate climate, long hours of sunshine and rich soil make it a gardener’s paradise.
Jersey lies in the Bay of Mont St Michel and is the largest of the Channel Islands. It has been an island for approximately 8,000 years.
Jersey’s heritage offers a wealth of adventures, castles and exciting historical tales waiting to be discovered. We tell the story of our past in a gripping, entertaining way at castles, war tunnels and rural museums.
St Helier is an excellent shopping centre with pedestrianised streets and a mix of well-known High Street stores and small local shops.
Explore magnificent castles, fascinating wildlife and adventure parks, and hands-on museums that really bring history to life.
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