...explore life in fashionable St Helier during the early 19th century at 16 New Street Georgian House.
Things to see and do
Experience life below stairs with Louisa the cook in her historic kitchen and sample some of the dishes she is preparing for the household.
Visiting with families
Everyone is welcome at the Georgian House. Younger visitors can enjoy dressing up, exploring our history trail and the giant doll’s house.
Hire 16 New Street
A beautiful venue for intimate dinner parties and boutique weddings, our friendly team is here to support you as you prepare for your special day. To find out more, or book a site visit, contact email@example.com
Shopping at 16 New Street
Complete your day out with a visit to our gift shop and discover a treasure trove of unique products to treat yourself or a friend. Every penny that you spend in our shop helps us to look after 16 New Street for ever and for everyone – and an added benefit for you is that Jersey Trust Members receive a 10% discount off all purchases.
Volunteer at 16 New Street
Whether you are interested in stewarding as a Museum Guide, helping out in our shop or assisting with events, our team of volunteers is here to welcome you and make you feel part of the family. To find out more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning your visit
Opening Hours (10am - 4pm)
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1st May – 27th September
Please note that we are closing at 2pm on Friday 31 May
Pre-booking There is no need to prebook a ticket to visit us. Tickets can be purchased on the door, priced £6 for adults, £3 for children. Under 5s and National Trust Members are admitted free of charge.
The Georgian House is arranged over three floors (no lift).
As well as exploring the historic building, constructed circa 1730, visitors can enjoy a presentation with the cook in the kitchen and watch a short film about the history of the building, and its inhabitants, and learn about its recent restoration by the National Trust for Jersey. A knowledgeable team of friendly volunteers are on hand at all times to answer any questions.
There is no tearoom at the Georgian House, but there are plenty of restaurants and cafés in the surrounding area.
Assistance dogs are welcome. Sadly there is no lift at 16 New Street, however visitors with mobility issues are welcome to explore the ground floor.
National Trust Organisations from around the world can enjoy free admission through the www.into.org/places scheme.
“We are in awe at the technical expertise, time and trouble taken to breathe new life into this property.”
“What a surprise!”
“The guides were welcoming, helpful and informative and special mention needs to be given to the housekeeper/cook in costume and in role with her descriptions of foods/meals in the lifetime of the house”
“We really enjoyed our visit to this restored Georgian mansion - full of character, full of history. Lovely period rooms, each with a fascinating story to tell.... and sounds too!”
“Thank you benefactor! Thank you National Trust!
TripAdvisor Review, July 2022”
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