27th March - 31st October 2021 - Daily - 10am to 5.30pm
Jersey Heritage members: Free | Adults: £15.65 | Seniors: £14.40 | Students & Children (6 - 16): £11.20 | Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children): £49.40
Jersey Heritage members: Free | Adults: £12.70 | Seniors: £11.45 | Students & Children (6 - 16): £8.25 | Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children): £37.70
4 sites for the price of 3 - on sale at all Heritage sites
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 300 years and today provides a glimpse into Jersey’s past, from as early as 550 A.D., through to World War II and the 20th century.
A visit to the Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history. Here, among other things, you will be able to climb the battlements dating back to the 1590’s when Sir Walter Raleigh was governor of Jersey, explore the grounds which gave refuge to King Charles II during the English Civil War and marvel at the hermitage where St Helier is thought to have lived around 550AD. The Castle is home to bunkers which were re-fortified during the German occupation and features several exhibitions explaining many other aspects of Jersey’s fascinating history.
The castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide by the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle
Why not book our History & Heritage package. For details check here
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.