A collection of our virtual tours, podcasts and videos. This page will be regularly updated so please keep checking back for more fun content!

St Ouen's Coastal Strip

Join Conservation Officer Jon Rault as he explains the importance of the coastal strip in St Ouen, and sets a task to see which plants you can spot on your next visit. Watch here or subscribe to our Youtube Channel where we're regularly uploading new content.

Rangers at St Ouen's Pond

As part of the #LoveNature festival our rangers are producing some videos on what they do in and around the pond. Learn all about Willow with Richard Rive, the St Ouen's scrape with Will Kirby and the Reed Bed with Neil Harvey. Watch here or subscribe to our Youtube Channel where we're regularly uploading new content.

Rockpool Rambles

Join Senior Education Officer Erin Cowham as she takes us on a rockpool ramble at L'Etacq to discover the various sea creatures you can find at low tide. Watch here or subscribe to our Youtube Channel where we're regularly uploading new content.

Foraging with Kazz Padidar

Kazz Padidar from 'Wild Adventures' gives us his tips on foraging at low tide. Watch here or subscribe to our Youtube Channel where we're regularly uploading new content.

Jersey Wild Plants with Tina Hull

Tina read Botany at Durham University and has a particular interest in how plants are adapted to their environment and their folk uses. Tina works closely with the National Trust for Jersey and is a Bronze Badge Guide and has produced this range of short videos on the myth, magic and folklore that surrounds wild flowers and plants that grow in the National Park as part of the #LoveNature Festival. Watch here or subscribe to our Youtube Channel where we're regularly uploading new content.

The Story of 16 New Street

We invite you on a virtual ‘visit’ of 16 New Street, which was rescued from ruin by The National Trust for Jersey and meticulously repaired to reinstate its elegant Georgian features. Transport yourself to a time of elegance when gentlemen smoked clay pipes, ladies drank priceless tea and the threat of French invasion was always a hot topic of conversation.

Le Moulin de Quétivel Virtual Tour

We invite you on a virtual ‘visit’ of Le Moulin de Quétivel, Jersey’s only remaining working watermill, which was rebuilt by The National Trust for Jersey following a fire in 1969. Explore this amazing heritage site from the comfort of your own home in this virtual tour captured by Immersiv.

Jersey Wildflowers

A look at some of Jersey native and non-native species of wildflowers. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel so you can keep up-to-date with new content which we're regularly uploading.

The Foot Buildings

Located in Dumaresq Street and Pitt Street these listed buildings are one of the best surviving examples of mid 18th century and early C19 townscape in St Helier.

Jersey Orchids

During the spring and summer months Jersey is transformed by the vibrant colours of its native wildflowers. Among the most spectacular are the Wild Orchids found in The National Trust for Jersey’s ‘Orchid Fields’ at Le Noir Pré in St Ouen’s Bay and La Blinerie in Grouville. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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