Channel Island Attractions

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Batterie d'Azeville


A German coastal battery that was part of the Atlantic Wall. There are numerous tunnels, casemates and buildings to explore. Along with the St Marcouf battery, the guns here were still firing two days after the initial D-Day invasion.

Folk Museum


This museum houses an range of domestic Victoriana, as well as old farming equipment, a dairy & a cider barn.

Fort du Roule


Overlooking the port of Cherbourg, this historic fort houses a museum of War and Liberation, which was extensively refurbished in time for the 50th anniversary of D-Day in 1994.

Fort Grey & Shipwreck Museum


Popularly known as the "Cup & Saucer", this tower was built in 1804 to defend the Island against Napoleonic invasion. It was converted into a museum of shipwrecks in 1975.

German Military Underground Hospital


This astonishing hewn is the largest of it's kind. It was constructed by many nationalities under the German Occupying Forces between 1940-45.

German Occupation Museum


The museum tells the unique story of German Occupation on Guernsey between 1940-45.

Guernsey Maritime Museum

St. Peter Port

A fantastic new museum showing the history of harbours, shipbuilding, pirateering & much more.

Guernsey Museum & Art Gallery

St. Peter Port

Located in the Victorian Candie Gardens, this museum portrays the history of Guernsey from Neolithic times to the present day. The gallery contains a selection of permanent & temporary exhibitions of artwork.

Hamptonne Country Life Museum


This museum aims to bring out the traditional rural spirit of Jersey. Visitors can see restored dwellings from the medieval period, as well as the 17C & 19C. A working apple press is also on display.

Howard Davis Park

St. Helier

These attractive public gardens contain an array of colourful trees, plants & shrubs, as well as a bandstand that plays host to a variety of live bands.
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