Sight / landmark | Family attraction | History & heritage
La Hougue Bie Museum
A truly memorable experience that is both thought provoking and peaceful. Unlike many other dolmens, you can stand inside its chamber and feel the atmosphere of this profoundly sacred space. The passage grave is one of the ten oldest buildings in the world.
- Free for children
Price: £7.40 - £11.35
At La Hougue Bie you will discover traces of life in Jersey from Neolithic times to the German Occupation of World War II. The Neolithic passage grave is one of the 10 oldest buildings in the world (4000–3500 BC). Its ancient chamber was once a sacred space for rituals and ceremonies and was built to align with the rising sun at spring and summer equinox.
On top of the prehistoric La Hougue Bie mound is a 16th–century Christian chapel with spectacular views. Nearby is a replica Neolithic Longhouse where you can talk to our volunteers about life in the New Stone Age.
You can also visit a German command bunker from World War II and follow the story of forced workers brought to Jersey by Organisation Todt.
We are open all year round.
|maandag:||10:00 - 16:00|
|dinsdag:||10:00 - 16:00|
|woensdag:||10:00 - 16:00|
|donderdag:||10:00 - 16:00|
|vrijdag:||10:00 - 16:00|
|zaterdag:||10:00 - 16:00|
|zondag:||10:00 - 16:00|
- Family friendly
- Hearing loop
- Accessible parking or drop-off point
- Accessible toilets
- Hearing loop
- Level access to dining room, cafe or restaurant
- Level access to main entrance
- Partially suitable for visitors with limited mobility
La Hougue Bie
La Route de la Hougue Bie
Offers and events
Want to find out more about La Hougue Bie's history? Take a free tour with one of our volunteer guides. Normal entry fee applies. At La Hougue Bie, you will discover traces of life in Jersey from Neolithic times to the German Occupation of World War II.The Neolithic passage grave is one of the 10 oldest buildings in the world (4000–3500 BC).
Dec 02 2023 ‐ Dec 31 2023
In 2012, the world's largest Celtic hoard was discovered buried in a field in Jersey. This exhibition explores what might have led people to bury a hoard of 70,000 coins and jewellery in Jersey, 2000 years ago and looks closely at some of the items found within the hoard.
Dec 02 2023 ‐ Dec 31 2024