Opening hours and ticket prices can be found at the Hamptonne Country Life Museum website
Telephone: 01534 863955
Hamptonne Country Life Museum gives the visitor a unique insight into the rural life carried on in Jersey for centuries. Dating back to the 15th Century the house and farm are perfect for discovering the rural history of Jersey. Explore the different houses which make up Hamptonne, find out more about Jersey's history of cider making in the cider barn and wander through the cider apple orchard and meet the Hamptonne calves, lambs, chickens and piglets in the traditional farmstead.
Discover Syvret House, a decorated and furnished farmhouse gives a unique window into 1940s rural life, including; agricultural traditions, day-to-day family life, language, religion and the experience of the German Occupation.
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.
The car park is a short walk from Hamptonne.
Some disabled access to the sites. No dogs, except guide dogs.
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.
Jersey Museum presents the history of the Island from 250,000 years ago when the first people arrived.