Activities and Attractions
Tourist Information: Tel:01534 448800
Channel Islands Military Museum Tel:01534 723136
The museum features the island’s only display of all authentic WWII militaria, as well as a superb collection of civilian occupational items and military motorcycles which are displayed in a 10.5m coastal bunker, which was part of Hiltler’s Atlantic Wall.
Elizabeth Castle Tel:01534 723971
Built on a rocky islet in the 16th century, the castle was named after Queen Elizabeth I by Sir Walter Raleigh whilst he was Governor of Jersey.
Living Legend Village Tel:01534 485496
The village is home to a number of attractions, including two 18 hole golf courses, a shopping village and the ‘Jersey Experience’, a multi-dimensional insight into the history and heritage of the island. Entry to the grounds is free but certain attractions make a charge.
Jersey Museum Tel:01534 633300
An award-winning museum which explains the history, culture and traditions of the island.
Mont Orgueil Castle Tel:01534 853292
Built in the 13th century to protect against the French, this is one of the best preserved castles in Europe.
Greve De Lecq Barracks
Constructed in the early 19th century, the barracks retains many of its original features, including prison cells and an impressive collection of horse-drawn vehicles and farm implements. Entrance to the site is free.
Jersey Lavender Farm Tel:01534 742933
A working farm devoted to the growing, harvesting, distillation and drying of lavender. There is also a café and a shop which sells locally produced goods.