Living History Museums in Channel Islands
Included below are Living history museums, such as Elizabeth Castle in Channel Islands. Britain's Finest Living history, open air and working museums depict the lives of our predecessors through demonstrations, interactive displays and re-creations of villages and hamlets.
St Aubin's Bay, St Helier
Set your sights on Elizabeth Castle and explore this castle named after Queen Elizabeth I by Sir Walter Raleigh whilst he was governor of Jersey. Hear the stories of the gunner, get on the parade ground and find out why the castle is so important to... more
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