Jersey War Tunnels are a product of five long years of occupation by German forces during World War 2; they bore witness to the particular cruelty of the Nazi regime.
Dug deep into the hillside by forced and slave workers from nations across Europe, they now contain an underground collection of thought provoking exhibits that tell the fascinating story of Jersey’s occupation from resistance, through to starvation, then eventual liberation.
The unique gardens were created in the 1920s by wealthy shipping line owner, Sir James Knott. In recent years they have undergone further development and diversification, by creating new gardens and introducing unique plant collections.
The herb garden was the inspiration of garden designer John Brookes. Its design, which now incorporates the rose and lavender garden. Other areas to see are Gardens of Colour • Calendar Gardens • The Hot Border • Exotic Plants • The Bee Garden • Heritage Apples and Pears.
Specialising in personalised Island Tours, Private Hire and Transfers, we provide transport with a difference. We are a young, up and coming business with a real passion for our vintage vehicles, as well as our modern fleet and love showing off our beautiful Island!
Join us on our very popular all day coastal tour, or hop on a 2 hour open top bus tour. We also will take you in vintage style to the famous Jersey War Tunnels, whilst you hear all about the Jersey Occupation narrated by John Nettles. Whatever you want to do whilst on the Island, do it in style with Jersey Tours!
Discover another world as you explore Jersey’s stunning coastline by user-friendly sit-on-top kayaks. Paddle with local guides whose knowledge make this more than just a kayak trip. Kayak in small groups of no more than 6. Private tours can also be booked. Explore caves, cliffs and observe marine life. We kayak from locations island-wide, so no trip is ever the same.
Discover Jersey’s very own wilderness with expert local guides who have explored this wonderful coast for many years. Revel in the stillness and expanse of an area that is covered twice a day by some of the highest tides in the world. Here marine life must survive the extremes of water pressure and being marooned high and dry for hours out of the ocean.