La Hougue Bie Museum

La Hougue Bie Museum
La Route De La Hougue Bie
St. Saviour



00 44 (0)1534 853 823


00 44 (0)1534 856472

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Deep inside the 6,000-year-old mound lies one of the finest Neolithic dolmens in Europe. Older than the pyramids of Egypt, the 13m high mound is topped by a medieval chapel to make a picturesque vantage point in the island. Nearby, a reconstructed Neolithic house and activity area bring the Stone Age to life – a big hit with younger visitors – whilst our Archaeology and Geology galleries offer a rare insight into the period. A World War II German Command bunker houses a moving memorial to the forced workers who died in the Channel Islands during the Occupation.

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Opening hours

29 March-31 October
Daily 1000-1700

Closed: 31 Oct - 20 March

Admission charges

Adults £5.10
Concessions £4.30
Family Tickets £15.60
Under 6 free


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Collection details

Archaeology, Natural Sciences

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Festival of Archaeology 2014: Ice Age Island

  • 30 June — 25 July 2014 *on now

Find out about Jersey's exciting new Ice Age Island project. Visit the new Ice Age Island exhibition at La Hougue Bie museum and watch our flint knapper, James Dilley. Then hop on the special shuttle bus for a short trip to the excavations of an Ice Age hunting camp at Les Varines, where you can meet the archaeologists, visit the pop-up museum and see and handle real objects.


Please check all Festival of Archaeology 2014 event dates, times, booking and admission charges before visiting.