Opening hours and ticket prices for Elizabeth Castle can be found on the website
Castle Telephone: 01534 723971
Castle Ferry Kiosk Telephone: 01534 634048
Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 400 years. You can take the amphibious Castle Ferry or walk out along the causeway at low tide. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey's history. Climb the battlements dating back to the 1590’s, when Sir Walter Raleigh was Governor of Jersey from 1600 until 1603.
Explore the grounds which gave refuge to King Charles II during the English Civil War and uncover the bunkers which were re-fortified to command the sea approaches to Jersey during the German Occupation in World War II. Marvel at the hermitage where St Helier is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.
The castle is reached on foot along a causeway from West Park slipway in St Helier. Visitors can either walk at low tide or catch the pirate-themed Castle Ferry (small charge applies) at high or low tide.
Public parking is available in Patriotic Street, the Waterfront and the Esplanade car parks or in parking bays off Victoria Avenue.
Unfortunately the site is not suitable for people with mobility impairment. No dogs, except guide dogs.
All bus routes terminate at Liberation Station, which is a short walk away.
Jersey Museum presents the history of the Island from 250,000 years ago when the first people arrived.