Heritage & Culture
Now a tranquil haven of natural beauty Jersey’s landscape and the character of its people are forged by centuries of battles, exploration, struggle and reinvention. The Island has a complex and fascinating history and its very landscape consisting of Norman style farmhouses, narrow winding lanes, small fields and French street names is testament to this.
Jersey has a thriving cultural scene and regularly hosts high profile traveling theatre troupes such as Oddsocks and the Royal Shakespeare Company and boasts a full calendar of productions at Jersey Opera House and Jersey Arts Centre.
The Island is also home to world renowned attractions such as Durrell Wildlife Park where you can see some of the worlds most endangered animals in an outstanding 32 acre setting and the emotive War Tunnels. Jersey also plays host to spectacular events such as the Battle of Flowers Parade, the Jersey International Festival of Motoring and the famous International Air Display.’
To help you plan your visit we’ve included some links here on a range of the most popular attractions, and don’t forget our in house activities representative is always on hand to assist and advise, helping you make the very most of your stay.