Famous Places To Visit in Jersey

Among all the places in Europe, Jersey is one of the most visited destinations. There are many famous places in Jersey that would undoubtedly astound you and your loved ones. From museums, beaches, cathedrals and sprawling landscapes are some to places in jersey worth mentioning.

Jersey is one of the very amazing islands on the Channel Islands. You would be totally mesmerized to make you tour to the famous places in Jersey. Here is the list of the places worth visiting -

Places in Jersey

  • Rozel
  • Mont Orgueil (Gorey Castle)
  • Dolmen du Faldouet
  • Gr�ve de Lecq
  • Bouley
  • L'Etacquerel
  • Les Blanches Banques
  • Bonne Nuit
  • St Brelade's Bay
  • Royal Bay of Grouville
  • La Hougue Bie
  • St Catherine's Bay
  • Leicester

Popular destinations in Jersey

Jersey Museum - This is one of the best attractions in Jersey. It is very famous for its interactive displays of modern arts that convey a story of Jersey's ancient heritage. This is one of the award winning local museums in Jersey. It is situated in the Weighbridge in St Helier.

Exhibitions are held especially throughout the year as it attracts travelers thought out the year. You can also relax and refresh yourself in the caf� and bar with outdoor seating the campus. The museum is open all the 12months, 365 days.

Maritime museum - This is considered as one of the most famous places in Jersey. It attracts tourists from all over the globe. It is very famous for its 'learning through doing' fact. You are invited to participate in the tangible exhibition and understand the displays better.

The interactive subjects make its one of the most visited spot in Jersey. You kids would be astounded to listen to the story telling way of learning. It not only amuses the children but also the adults. The museum is located in the New North Quay at St Helier and is open all year round.

Elizabeth Castle and the Hermitage - On your trip to Europe don't miss any of the famous places in Jersey. This Castle stands tall since the 16th century and is constructed on a rocky islet in St Aubin's Bay in St Helier.

The Castle was named after Queen Elizabeth I by Sir Walter Raleigh, the Governor of Jersey. It is one of the most active parts in the history of island over the past centuries. Presently, it is deemed as one of the best places worth visiting in Jersey. The campus is hired for functions also.

The Hermitage is a tiny chapel and is a holy place since 12th century. The name St Helier came from the saint to whom the chapel is dedicated. You can reach this castle on foot or can opt for water vehicle during the summers. This is not open throughout the year.

St Ouen's Manor - This Manor is the ancestral property of the De Casrterets. They are one of the ancient and most influential families in Jersey. The property was acquired long before 1066 and the family still resides in it.

You can witness the natural beauty around this magnificent building which is enveloped by fosse. Many changes and renovations have taken place since then. The St Ouen's Manor Chapel was built during the same time but suffered major destructions during the civil war.

Presently, the chapel has an altar stone and five crosses that represent each wound of Lord Jesus Christ.

Hope you visit all the famous places in Jersey and enjoy your journey in Europe.