Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery - Guernsey
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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).
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