Jersey’s rich and diverse past is waiting to be uncovered and the island is waiting to tell you its story. Step back in time as you explore castles, museums, bunkers and dolmens that hold the secrets and tales of times gone by. Encounter the guardians of Jersey past on your island break – Jersey Heritage, The National Trust for Jersey and the Channel Island Occupation Society, along with many other dedicated custodians, are caring for and sharing these special places.
Inspiring historic attractions and landmarks to visit.
Jersey War Tunnels tells the true story of wartime Jersey in a way that no other visitor attraction does. It’s the best place to get a true picture of what life was really like in Jersey during WWII. The exhibition is housed within an underground tunnel complex, built by the Germans using slave labour.
Grosnez Castle is a ruined 14th-century castle in St. Ouen, situated in Grosnez in the north west corner of the island. Philippe de Carteret held it against the French when they took half of Jersey between 1461 and 1467, but it has been a ruin since the mid 16th century.
Discover the iconic La Corbière Lighthouse in Jersey. It’s not just the architecture of this striking white lighthouse that draws the eye. It’s also the location - towering over Jersey’s south-western corner, flanked by rocks and reached by a causeway.
A truly memorable experience that is both thought provoking and peaceful. The passage grave is one of the ten oldest buildings in the world. Please enjoy the grounds of La Hougue Bie free of charge. The Museum spaces, Salve Workers Memorial, Chapel and Dolmen are not open. The Tearoom is run by BSK, please check with them for the latest opening.
Museums in Jersey.
Uncover stories and discoveries that make Jersey unique. The island’s rich heritage and exciting history is waiting to be delved into through an astonishing array of wonderful, interactive museums and living history experiences.