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Start your island adventure at Jersey Museum. Discover Jersey with a free viewing of the 'Story of Jersey' film. Take in our free exhibitions, meet your tour guide, or relax and unwind with a coffee with free wifi and plan your stay at your own...more
All reviews merchant house well worth a visit introductory film three floors old house short film rainy day interesting exhibits couple of hours great insight island history local history few hours on display great place to visit liberation square german occupation
We thought we'd visit the museum to give us an introduction to the history of the island. Started off with a video introduction in the auditorium which was beautifully filmed and informative, then upstairs to the permanent exhibition, which was great - particularly the historic...More
I liked the fact this was interactive for the children. They had a display to the back which encouraged learning. There is a nice gift shop, every thing was easy access with a small child in a buggy. They had a good coffee shop all...More
Upon entering the museum, the first thing we noticed was the sign advising that the second floor exhibit was currently closed but this didn't detract from the visit. We started off by watching the video of the island through the ages, which we found really...More
An excellent museum. Complete history of Jersey! Very interesting and a great introduction to the island.
A must see is the Merchant’s House on the upper floors!
Museum has an excellent cafe with a good cup of tea and delicious cakes
Highly recommend this museum
No I was and am a mere traveller myself! And you don't need the museum for this kind of info but the Archives - Google Jersey Archive - they have staff on duty to assist... I went with a similar question and found them... More
No I was and am a mere traveller myself! And you don't need the museum for this kind of info but the Archives - Google Jersey Archive - they have staff on duty to assist... I went with a similar question and found them tremendously helpful. If you make contact before your visit you can save a lot of time when you actually get there... Good luck with your search. Also you can try the Censuses online - you might find a bit out there too...