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Jersey Museum in St Helier

Providing a great introduction to life in Jersey within a bright and spacious complex and perfectly restored Victorian merchant's town house, Jersey Museum offers hours of interest and enjoyment. The museum comprehensively explores the story of Jersey from the first inhabitants of 250,000 years ago, through the Bronze Age and Roman period to the current modern day.

On the ground floor in the Audio-Visual Theatre, where a short film shown periodically throughout the day is an ideal introduction to the island and to the museum, bringing the history of Jersey alive. The ground floor has two main display areas, one shows historic maps documenting how it took mapmakers several centuries to produce an accurate map of the island, whilst in contrast there is a photograph taken from a space shuttle looking south towards the English Channel, Jersey and the French coast, highlighting modern advances.

Jersey's most important archaeological site - La Cotte de St Brelade, is the focus of the largest display on the ground floor, telling the story of the pre-historic site. A quarter of a million years ago this was the cliff face over which Neanderthal people drove animals to their death. The remains of mammoth and woolly rhinoceros have been found, together with the tools of the people who hunted them. 150,000 year old mammoth bones are on display in the museum and are some of Jersey's best treasures. The most treasured possession is the pure gold 'St Helier gold torque' and the priceless item was probably brought to the Island 3,000 years ago.

Also on the ground floor is a Temporary Exhibition Gallery, a venue for regularly changing exhibitions throughout the year, and a room documenting the Jersey's penal system which includes a treadmill from 1836, salvaged from the old prison in Newgate Street in St. Helier. Interactive video screens on the first floor feature 'The Story of Jersey' allowing the visitor to further explore areas of interest. Displayed in the Barreau-Le Maistre Art Gallery are works from the Museum's extensive collection, and in the Merchant's House, you are shown around by the housekeeper Elizabeth Mourant as you experience life in the 1860s with a visit to the schoolroom and bedrooms of the Ginestet family. The licensed cafe overlooks the garden and is open all day whilst the shop specialises in books and gifts. Jersey museum was voted 'The Most Outstanding Tourist Attraction' opening in the British Isles in 1992 and winning the National Heritage Museum of the Year award in 1993-94 and is a must-visit tourist attraction if in the parish of St. Helier.


Holiday Accommodation near Jersey Museum, St Helier

Holiday accommodation includes Hotels, Guest Houses and Self-Catering properties in the parish of St Helier:

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30 Hotels, 5 Guest Houses, 4 Apartments and 1 Bed and Breakfast.
Bayview Guest House
12 Havre des Pas, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
Bay View Guest House offers 4 star Guest Accommodation near St Helier. It is just a short walk to St Helier town centre (approx. 10 minutes). Bay View Guest House is located on the coast road close to Havre de Pas, near the sandy beach and open air swimming pool/ lido. Near the main bus route. We aim to provide our guests with a comfortable 'home from home' experience.
La Bonne Vie Guest House
Roseville Street, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
Built at the end of 19th century, this award-winning Victorian house is just 50 meters from the beach and 5 minutes' walk from the town centre. Howard Davis Park is just round the corner from the property.
Oaklands Lodge Hotel
La Rue De La Trinity, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
The Oaklands Lodge Hotel is a small, modern hotel, 1 mile north of St Helier on Trinity Hill. 5 minute drive from St Helier town centre. Bus stop nearby. 40 minutes to walk to St Helier. Large car park. Lounge and large sun patio. Excellent food at the Blacksmiths Arms and Red Rose Restaurant so book your table early! Hotel only has 2 floors and no lift.
Royal Yacht Hotel
Weighbridge, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
The Royal Yacht Hotel is a modern, luxury spa hotel situated in St Helier town centre. Waterfront restaurants (Sirocco, Café Zephyr, The Grill and The Drift), popular bars with live entertainment (The P.O.S.H Bar, The Cabin and The Lazyjack), luxury spa ('Spa Sirène'), gym and indoor swimming pool. Views across the marina, charming Jersey museum courtyard and Elizabeth Castle. No parking but there is a public car park 2 minutes walk away.
Maison Chaussey Guest House
Havre Des Pas, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
Situated on Havre Des Pas' seafront, the family-run Maison Chaussey Guest House offers a bar, restaurant, and free Wi-Fi throughout. St Helier's town centre is just 10 minutes' walk away.
Savoy Hotel
Rouge Bouillon, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
Conveniently located just 10 minutes walk from the centre of St Helier. The Savoy Hotel was once a grand town house and is now a luxury 4 star boutique hotel. The family-run hotel has been completely refurbished and provides beautiful bedrooms including balcony rooms, honeymoon suite and family rooms with adjoining rooms.
Runnymede Court Hotel
46-52 Roseville Street, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
Runnymede Court Hotel is a well established 2 star hotel which prides itself on high standards of English cuisine, quality service and comfortable surroundings which is why many guests return year after year.
Hotel de France
St Saviours Road, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
Hotel de France is a stunning 4 star luxury hotel just 1km from St. Helier, Jersey. It has been family owned (for the past 35 years) and offers superb spa facilities and an award winning a la carte Saffrons Restaurant which serves Indian fusion cuisine. Rooms include deluxe suites with separate living areas, family rooms and romantic contemporary style spa rooms with views over St Helier.
Revere Hotel
Kensington Place, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
Revere Hotel in Jersey is a charming 3 star boutique hotel in St Helier with an old world ambience and character. There are 56 lavishly decorated bedrooms with modern bathrooms and flat screen TVs and 8 rooms have 4-poster beds. There are 2 locally renowned restaurants with cuisine from classical French/English to New World Fusion.
Mornington Hotel
Don Road, St. Helier, Jersey, GB
Mornington Hotel located opposite Howard Davis Park. St Helier town centre & beach at Havre des Pas short 5 minute walk. St Helier's marina 1 mile & Mont Orgueil Castle 15 minutes drive. Restaurants nearby. Free private parking available at rear of hotel. Free Wi-Fi in Reception. Guests bar & TV lounge. Ensuite rooms, HD flat screen TV, tea & coffee making facilities, wired Internet. Rooms accessible by lift.
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