Jersey War Tunnels
A holiday to Jersey wouldn't be complete without a historic visit to the War Tunnels museum, an unforgettable experience which tells the story of the German occupation by the Nazis during the war. After exploring the tunnels there is time for reflection in the Garden of Reflection or take a walk along the War Trail. You can travel there using the Vintage Bus which runs from Liberation Station daily from Stand M.
Jersey Lavender Farm
The Gardens, Farm and Sprig Café is open to visitors throughout the year closing on the 15th September 2013. Visitors can visit the beautiful gardens in a peaceful and serene setting as well as to see how the farm processes the lavender into the products they sell in their shop. The farm is closed for the harvest period, 4th June to 18th August. As the farm is only 5 minutes' drive from the beaches at St. Brelade, St Oeun and Portlet so a visit here could be combined with a great day out.
La Mare Estate in Jersey
La Mare Wine Estate Tourism Centre is open Wednesday March 27th - Saturday November 2nd, where you can visit the vineyards and orchards for tours and tasting of both wine and cider, get a taste for Jersey Cream Fudge and luxury home made chocolate in the La Mare Kitchens or dine in the Vineyard restaurant overlooking the vines.
Jersey's Elizabeth and Mont Orgueil Castle
See history come to life while exploring the many staircases, towers, secret room and hidden treasure of Mont Orgueil Castle. You can travel by bus to Gorey Pier (routes 1, 1a and 2) or if cycling, routes are available. Pedestrian can access the main entrance at the Castle Green off Route de la Cote.
Elizabeth Castle is built on a rocky islet in St Aubin's Bay and defended Jersey for more than 400 years. The castle is open daily, the castle is accessible at low tide by foot or the castle ferry. The castle is closed for parts of the year during winter, please visit their own website for more information.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in Jersey
An internationally acclaimed charity, the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is committed to saving species from extinction. At the wildlife park you can expect to come face to face with some of the rarest animals on earth. A great family day out discovering the beauty and wonder of the species fighting for survival, including exciting 'Behind the Scenes Experiences'. See their website for more details.