The Maritime Museum is situated on the New North Quay between the Old Harbour and the St Helier Marina, in the heart of St Helier's historic waterfront. We are just over the road from the Weighbridge and Liberation Square
The entrance to the Maritime Museum is on the Marina side of the building and can be easily seen as we have the old St Catherine's harbour light outside the door along with the damaged propeller from the Caeserea.
The Maritime Museum has disabled access to all floors.
There is a Jersey Heritage gift shop, selling gifts and souvenirs relating to the collection and to Jersey in the museum.
There is no on-site car park but there is parking for cyclists. The nearest public car parks are located at the Waterfront, the Esplanade, Pier Road and Sand Street.
Buses and cycle routes
If you are coming into St Helier by bus then all bus routes terminate at Liberation Station which is a short walk away - about 200 metres - cross Liberation Square, over the zebra crossing to the marina and the St Catherine's harbour light will be plainly visible.
If you are cycling then simply follow the cycle routes to St Helier and then make for the harbour.
The Maritime Museum opens daily between 10:00am and 5:00pm until 30th October 2011
Admission charges (Friends of the Maritime Museum free)
Children under 6 free
Children (6-16 yrs old) /Students £5.00
Seniors (65+) £7.00
Family ticket for 2 adults and 2 children £23.40
For Group Bookings - please call +44 (0)1534 633300
Except for guide dogs, we do not allow dogs on the premises.