Hamptonne Country Life Museum

Historic House
Disabled Access
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Hamptonne
Hamptonne
Hamptonne
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The Blacksmith
The Blacksmith
The Blacksmith
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The Cider Press at the Cider Festival
The Cider Press at the Cider Festival
The Cider Press at the Cider Festival
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View from the meadow
View from the meadow
View from the meadow
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Feeding the calves
Feeding the calves
Feeding the calves
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Outside the tearoom
Outside the tearoom
Outside the tearoom
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The farmhouse
The farmhouse
The farmhouse
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The pigs
The pigs
The pigs
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Enjoying the childrens play area
Enjoying the childrens play area
Enjoying the childrens play area
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The playground
The playground
The playground
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Hamptonne Cider Festival
Hamptonne Cider Festival
Hamptonne Cider Festival
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Exploring Syvret House
Exploring Syvret House
Exploring Syvret House
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The playground
The playground
The playground
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Syvret House
Syvret House
Syvret House
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Overview

A picturesque country farm estate from the 15th century sharing the story of Jersey’s rural life.

Where is Hamptonne Country Life Museum located?

Hamptonne Country Life Museum is located in the heart of the island on La Rue de la Patente in the country parish of St Lawrence.

What is the history of Hamptonne Country Life Museum to the present day?

Step back in time to rural Jersey at Hamptonne Country Life Museum, a traditional 15th-century house and farm. The main buildings are named after past owners – the Langlois, Hamptonne and Syvret families – who lived at Hamptonne between the 15th and 19th centuries. You can explore the different farmhouses and meet characters from the past who will tell you about Jersey life through the centuries.  Explore the exhibition Wild Islands: Through The Lens, which celebrates Channel Islands biodiversity through the work of many talented local photographers

The story of Jersey’s cider-making history is told in the cider barn, or ‘pressoir’, and in the cider apple orchard where you’ll learn about the different apple varieties that make Jersey cider the best of its kind. Take a peaceful walk around the farm and stop for a picnic. Meet the calves, lambs, chickens and piglets – and there is a children’s play area on the grounds too.

What is there to see and do at Hamptonne Country Life Museum?

Take a tour of Hamptonne with a volunteer guide and learn about Hamptonne and Jersey's cider making traditions.

Other Information

The Hamptonne Country Cafe is on site.

Facilities & information

Facilities

Catering

Disabled Access

Guided Tours

Parking Available

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Extra info

Nearest Airport: Jersey
Open Times: Open daily
Price Details: Pricing from £8.15
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Arrival information & directions

Address: La Rue de la Patente, St Lawrence, Jersey, St LawrenceJE3 1HS, United Kingdom

Bus and cycle routes: Route number 7 from Liberty Bus Station to Three Oaks, St Lawrence. Hamptonne is signposted and is a ten-minute walk from Three Oaks. Jersey cycle route 3.

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