La Profonde Rue, Jersey JE3 5BP
Jersey Zoo & Wildlife Park
Jersey Zoo is a zoological park established in 1959 by naturalist and writer Gerald Durrell. It is operated by the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. It has approximately 169,000 visitors per year.
Les Charrières Malorey, Jersey JE3 1FU, Jersey
Jersey War Tunnels
Discover the true story of life in Jersey during the occupation, in the words of the people who were there.
An underground complex built by the Germans during World War II, now offering exhibits & tours and a new "Escape Room" for 2022.
St Aubin’s Bay, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3NU, Jersey
On an island in St Aubin's Bay, the battlements date back to the 1590's when Sir Walter Raleigh was Governor of Jersey from 1600 to 1603 and the grounds gave refuge to King Charles ll during the English Civil War. More recently, the bunkers were re-fortified to command the sea approaches during the German Occupation in World War ll.
La Gd Rte de Saint-Clément, St Clement, Jersey JE2 6QW
Samares Manor & Gardens
These spectacular botanical gardens are a haven of peace, whilst also teaching so much about the range of colours and shapes in the plant world.
La Rue de la Hougue Mauger, St Mary, Jersey JE3 3BA
La Mare Vinyards
La Mare Wine Estate and Distillery is situated in the beautiful Jersey countryside, in the peaceful grounds of a traditional 18th-century granite farmhouse, creating the very best wines, ciders and spirits, as well as hand-made preserves, fudge, chocolates and Jersey Black Butter.
Saint Aubin's Village
Explore the cobbled streets and the harbour, beaches and coves of the original fishing village and the historic economic centre of the island. At low tide you can take a walk across the causeway to St Aubin's Fort.
Rue du Pont Marquet St.Brelade, JE3 8DS
Jersey Lavender Farm
Open from May 1st to 30th September, the Lavender Farm is less than a mile from the St.Magloire. There is a nature trail, a distillery, guided tours and a shop selling the herbs and oils. A visit during Harvest time from early June to the end of August is particularly rewardinga fascinating time to visit
6f Rue du Bechet, Jersey JE3 5BE
The Pallot Steam Museum
A vast and varied collection of steam locos and engines, vintage commercial, military and classic vehicles, bicycles and toys, tractors, barn engines, agricultural implements and nostalgic photographs.
Les Landes Racecourse La Route De Grosnez St. Ouen JE3 2AD
Meetings are held from Easter to late August - check the website for the dates. https://jerseyraceclub.com/races/
St Helier Harbour & Marinas
Take a walk round the marinas and the "Old" harbour to look at the huge variety of boats that are moored. Then stop at a pub (not a palace) for a gin !
St Brelade's Bay
Probably the prettiest bay on the Island is a short bus ride or approximately a 45 minute walk on the "Railway Walk" to the horseshoe shaped St Brelade's Bay. It goes without saying that it is a sandy beach !