Things to do in and around St Helier


Things to see and do with a few kilometers of the town:

Jersey Seafaris...>>

From fast R.I.B rides to dolphin spotting at Les Ecrehous, Jersey Seafaris offers something for everyones tastes.

Further Afield

Things to see and do in the area:

aMaizin Adventure Park & Maze...>>

This is a truly brilliant piece of family fun, open for roughly ten weeks a year (July to September - check web site for details) and constructed entirely from maize. Children can find treasure in the "Maize", have water pistol fights with resident pirates, play in the adventure playground and generally while away a day in the sun.

Durrell Wildlife Park...>>

Dedicated to saving animals close to extinction, Durrell Wildlife Park (formerley Jersey Zoo) is the public face of the Durrell Wildife Conservation Trust. So most of the animals live in specially landscaped, spacious enclosures which closely resemble their natural homes, allowing visitors to see them behaving just like they would in the wild.

Jersey Bowl...>>

Perfect rainy day or evening entertainment, this ten pin bowling facility on the west of the island is also home to ice skating, pool and sports TV. See website for opening times and pricing.

Jersey Butterfly Centre...>>

The Jersey Butterfly Centre is home to hundreds of rare and exotic butterflies which live freely amongst the flowers in this nursery enclosure.

Jersey War Tunnels...>>

Excavated by the occupying German forces of the second world war, this complex of over a kilometre of tunnels are now home to the award winning exhibition 'Captive Island'. Used in the past as wards for casualties, staff quarters, operating theatre, kitchens and stores, the award winning exhibition now uses traditional as well as state of the art techniques, to bring to life this important period of local history.

Jerseys Living Legend Village...>>

The Jersey experience is a voyage through time, which begins on the deck of a Victorian paddle steamer destined for St Helier. The exhibition is played out through award-winning special effects, exploring Jersey from the time the island was formed, through myths and legends to the times of the German occupation.

Mont Orgueil Castle...>>

This 13th century castle was originally built to protect the island of Jersey against French invasion. Towering over the harbour at Gorey, it is one of the best preserved castles in Britain and a major visitor attraction in Jersey.

All information was correct at the time of original publication, we strongly suggest you check with the attraction for opening times, seasonal information and availability of any required facilities. Distances are provided for guidance and are calculated 'as the crow flies' please use you normal method of navigation to determine distances by road. Please see our full terms of use.