Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery - Guernsey
Are you a business owner in Guernsey?
Promote your business 365 days a year with the #1 Guide to Guernsey.
- Gain MAXIMUM EXPOSURE with a 'Dedicated Business Profile'
Directions to Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery
The museum opened in 1978 and it was purpose built as a post-war museum and one of very few in Britain.
A permanent exhibition tells the 'Story of Guernsey' detailing the archaeology, history and story of the Islands and their inhabitants.
A changing programme of temporary exhibitions runs throughout the year.
A gift shop sells a range of publications and souvenirs.
Café Victoria sells light lunches, afternoon teas, snacks and a selection of FairTrade Teas and coffees. Come and enjoy wonderful views over Candie Gardens and the harbour.
Opens daily 10.00-17.00hrs from February to December.
Admission Charges: Adult - £5.75; Senior Citizen - £4.75; Child - £1.50; Child under 7 - Free
Guernsey Museum can be enjoyed by people with limited mobility, including wheelchair users. There is a disabled toilet and no stairs. A wheelchair is available for use on request. Please ask a member of staff. Audio guides are available to assist the partially sighted.
There is no car park for the Museum but on-street parking is available on Candie Road or in the Odeon Car Park (5 minutes away).
Registered Disabled visitors are permitted to drive into Candie Gardens from the top gate and park next to the Cafe (on certain days in the Summer, this is not possible. Please call 726518 to enquire).
You may also like
Victor Hugo's HouseSaint-Peter-Port, Guernsey
Victor Hugo spent 15 years in exile here in Guernsey. Whilst here he wrote many of his most famous works. His very unique home remains today as he left it and is a very p
Oatlands VillageSt-Sampson, Guernsey
Oatlands brick kilns, situated in the North of the Island, stand as reminders of a thriving brick making industry that once existed in Guernsey.............
The Mallard CinemaForest, Guernsey
The Mallard Double Bill cinema is situated at the Mallard Complex Forest and is Guernsey's only cinema which features four screens catering for up to 350 people..........
The Guernsey Tapestry GallerySaint-Peter-Port, Guernsey
The Guernsey Tapestry is housed in a purpose built gallery in the Dorey Centre in St James with an audio video available in English, French or German.............
Martyn Guille Workshop and Guernsey ClockmakersSt-Andrew, Guernsey
Large showroom and workshop featuring handmade clocks and silversmithing. It is a 300 year old barn and also houses Guernsey clockmakers located yards from The Little C
Guernsey PearlSaint-Peter-Port, Guernsey
Located in both Rocquaine Bay in St Peter's and in the Commercial Arcade in St Peter Port a wide range of cultured pearls are available for viewing and for purchase.....
Out of the Blue Charter Angling TripsSaint-Peter-Port, Guernsey
If you enjoy fishing or indeed fancy just giving it a go then this trip is definitely worth trying. The trips take up to 10 to 12 people and and pre booking is preferred.
La Vallette Bathing PoolsSaint-Peter-Port, Guernsey
La Vallette consists of four bathing pools built in the 19th Century, the ladies' pool and its adjacent shallow children's pool. A bit further along they bay is the gentl
Catherine Best JewellerySt-Martin, Guernsey
Catherine Best's historic Mill studios is a must see when visiting Guernsey. Catherine Best is an award winning jewellery designer who has been designing limited-edition
La Vallette Underground MuseumSaint-Peter-Port, Guernsey
A military museum covering all aspects of Guernsey's history. Housed in a well lit German tunnel complex from World War Two with many displays including items from World