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Museums

Hamptonne.
Book a ferry to Jersey online now and visit some of the superb museums that Jersey hosts here's a shortlist starting with Hamptonne, the museum of country life, which winds through the lanes of St Lawrence. You can get close to 300 years of Jersey's rural heritage in this collection of farm buildings and meadows. The site is brought alive with characters from the past, demonstrations of by-gone skills, guided tours and a variety of farmyard animals. In addition to visiting the farm buildings, give yourself plenty of time to explore the buildings and stroll around the kitchen garden, orchard and meadows.

Pallot Steam, Motor & General Museum.
This fascinating Museum is managed by a Trust which was established by its founder, the late Don Pallot, with the object of promoting the permanent preservation of the Island's mechanical heritage. Don spent his early days as a trainee engineer with the old Jersey Railway. Later on, working as an agricultural and contracting engineer, he began collecting what he could of our mechanical heritage. There is no doubt that but for his steady interest, maintained over many years, much that is on view today would have been lost forever. So, whatever the weather, we invite you to take a step back in time and enjoy at your leisure the vast and varied collection of steam locos and engines, vintage, commercial, military and classic vehicles, bicycles and toys, tractors, barn engines, agricultural implements and other machinery, nostalgic photographs including the Jersey railways, Jersey Road Races and transport history, paraffin lamps and domestic items, a variety of organs, including a pipe church and Compton theatre organ and numerous items of memorabilia all housed within the absorbing Museum which has seating if you want a little rest. A real walk down memory lane with something to interest all ages.

Maritime Museum and Occupation Tapestry Gallery.
Set in the historic harbour area of St.Helier, the Maritime Museum explores the sea and our relationship with it. It reflects on the experience of islanders and Jersey's Maritime heritage, both contemporary and historic. Explore the natural elements including the tides, wind, waves and coastline and discover the basic principles of boat design and propulsion. Living in an island means that people have spent the last 8,000 years building on their relationship with the sea. At the Maritime Museum you’ll see, hear and even smell human story of Jersey's maritime heritage. Before you leave, you will also have a chance to see restoration work being carried out on one of our historic boats in the boat workshop - you may even have some questions for the boat builder. Also located at the Maritime Museum is the Occupation Tapestry, made by the people of Jersey to commemorate the Liberation of Jersey from German Occupation during the Second World War.

Ferries to Jersey

Onboard facilities

You'll feel like you're already on holiday once aboard one of the fantastic modern ferries to Jersey that are available to sail on today. All coming with the most up to date facilities. Most ships offer a choice of bars and dinings areas. Choices include sit down service restaurants onboard and conventional ferry to self service café outlets and snack bars onboard fast ferries. All ferries contain a bar where beverages can be purchased.

* A wide selection of filled baguettes and sandwiches
* Hot and cold breakfasts
* Healthy salads
* Hot snacks
* A choice of tempting desserts
* Good selection of hot and cold drinks

* Hot and cold breakfasts
* A wide selection of filled sandwiches and baguettes
* A choice of tempting desserts
* Good selection of hot and cold drinks

* A wide selection of soft drinks
* Alcoholic drinks including wine and beer
* Daily newspapers
* Chocolates and confectionery
* Magazines
* Books
* Plus many other essential travel items

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November 15, 2018
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