Opening hours and admission prices can be found for the Jersey Museum on their website
Telephone: 01534 633300
Jersey Museum presents the history of the Island from 250,000 years ago when the first people arrived, and continues through the centuries to explore the factors that have shaped this unique island and the people who live here. Through the museum’s series of captivating and varied exhibitions you will learn why Jersey remained loyal to the English Crown despite being so close to France, listen to Jersey-French being spoken, learn about the Island’s traditional farming industry and watch fascinating archive footage of the early years of tourism.
One of the Museum’s most magnificent exhibitions is the perfectly restored Merchant’s House. The exhibition includes traditional gas lamps and period furniture, enabling you to completely immerse yourself in Victorian life.
The Link Gallery is located at Jersey Museum and is an exhibition space between Jersey Museum to the Société Jersiaise. Each month, the gallery features an exhibition by a different Jersey artist, providing local artists with a central space in St Helier to showcase their work.
There is no on-site car park, but there is parking for cyclists. Public parking is available in Pier Road car park, a short walk away.
Disabled access to all floors. No dogs, except guide dogs.
All bus routes terminate at Liberation Station, which is a short walk away.
The Maritime Museum will allow you to discover Jersey’s unique maritime environment and historic relationship with the sea.