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Hamptonne Country Life Museum
Hamptonne Country Life Museum presents six centuries of Jersey’s rural life set amongst a 15th century house and farm.

Hamptonne Country Life Museum

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Opening Times

17th March to 1st November 2021: Daily 10.00am to 5.00pm


Jersey Heritage members: Free | Adults: £9.60 | Seniors: £8.65 | Students & Children (6 - 16): £6.25 | Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children): £31.70

Heritage Pass

4 sites for the price of 3 - on sale at all Heritage sites

Contact Details

Telephone: 01534 863955



About Hamptonne

Hamptonne Country Life Museum presents six centuries of Jersey’s rural life set amongst a 15th century house and farm. The Museum is brought to life with characters from the Island’s past who teach traditional skills such as ironmongery and cider making, all in period dress.

During a visit to Hamptonne Country Life Museum you will have the chance to observe a traditional blacksmith at work and learn about bygone crafts and quirky traditions from the resident Goodwyf. As well as the vegetable and herb gardens, there is a beautiful orchard for you to explore and during the summer you will be able to watch the pigs and piglets playing in the traditional pigsty with outdoor yard and mud bath.

Top Five Things to Do at Hamptonne

  • Meet the Hamptonne calves (when they arrive in the Summer)
  • Learn bygone crafts from the resident Goodwyf
  • Explore the cider apple orchard
  • Wander through the meadows by the stream
  • Visit the Sampler Exhibition in the Syvret House

Cider Festival

Hamptonne Country Life Museum

Every October, Hamptonne opens its doors to visitors and locals as the harvest brings cider-making time. The festival is home to many fun activities, cider and black butter making, a bar featuring many artisan ciders, and an evening of music and dancing.

Why not book our History & Heritage package. For details check here

Recommended Accommodation

Where can I park?

The car park is a short walk from Hamptonne.

Is there disabled access?

Some disabled access to the sites. No dogs, except guide dogs.

Can I get the bus?

The nearest bus stop for Hamptonne is a 10-12 minute walk away at Three Oaks Garage. LibertyBus run a regular service from Liberty Station, for route numbers and times please contact LibertyBus: Tel: 01534 828555.


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