A local resident has amassed a large collection during 20 years of Marilyn's screen and personnel outfits which is on loan to the heritage museum until september/2010.Just another reason to visit this interesting St Helier Attraction. £8 entry to museum for adultsmore
Named after QE1 many years ago, the castle guards the entrance to the harbour. If the tide is out you can walk to it but if it's in the only way to it is by "puddleduck" an amphibeous craft - see a later transport tip.Cost of entry for adults (2006) is £5.40 this gives you access pretty much all over, theres lots to see, mostly from the German...more
One of the most popular places to visit on Jersey, a short bus ride from St Helier.This is a tunnel complex built by forced labourers for the occupying German army during WWII.Originaly to be used as a secure base and then as a military hospital now it shows what life was like on Jersey during and immediately after the war. Several interesting...more
My girlfriend and I spent 1 night at the 2* Stafford Hotel during our weekend visit to Jersey in...more
In a great position right on the seafront, close to a beach and pier, and a five minute walk from...more
Mont Cochon, St. Helier, JE2 3JA, United Kingdom
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Some reports mention it's difficult to find so we've added a map. It's 10mins max by foot from the Bus Station (A brand new building by Liberation Square) and an easy stroll. Coming from town (see map) when you get to the arcade Gradees is behind an indian restaurant. Each time we wen off the set menu option with 3 courses. Closed on Sundays. Best...more
Situated in the middle of the impresive covered market, itself offering an amazing range of fresh fruit, flowers and vedgetables is the Pure Charity Coffee Shop.It is actually run as a charity helping fund the local hospice as well as a roumanian charity.Great coffee and a wide range of fresh snacks, cakes and specials. Fair prices and friendly...more
St Helier was not exactly teeming with places for beer drinkers.
Two places I did find and recommend for a decent pint are
Lamplighter - Mulcaster Street.
Prince of Wales - Hilgrove Lane.
Both can be found in the town centre and sell several real ales, neither appeared to sell food.
Regular 20-30mins service off season too, costing just £1.60. Returns from Liberation Square - a new modern bus station and spotless buses. Luggage space a bit limited so try to get early in the queue and sit at front. Taxis to Saint Helier are often up to £15Jersey has a good bus service (15 is one of few buses with sunday service)Check the Connex...more
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