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Fort Grey Shipwreck Museum
Discover more about Guernsey's rugged West Coast and those who have lost their lives at sea.
Opening Times: 2016
Open daily from 18 March - 30 October
Please buy your ticket at Guernsey Pearl, directly opposite the causeway.
Adults - £4.00
Seniors (65 & over) - £3.00
Children (under 18) & students (with valid student card) - £1.50
Family (2 adults and any children under 18 years) - £10.00
Or buy a Discovery Pass and enjoy 12 months unlimited* access to all three of our sites for the great price of £16 per adult. Accompanying children go free!
Purchase one at our sites next time you visit or you can also get them from the Guernsey information Centre.
*during normal seasonal opening hours
The Fort is easy to find in the centre of Rocquaine Bay. View map...
There is ample parking at guernsey Pearl, just across the road from the causeway.
A Bus stop (routes 11, 61, 91, 111) is at the end of the causeway.
Access - We regret that Fort Grey is not accessible to wheelchairs or push-chairs. The Fort is entered via a staircase and steep steps which those with restricted mobility or impaired vision might find difficult. There are also steps up to the Shipwreck Museum and within the tower. We recommend that visitors with special needs visit the Disabled Go page on Fort Grey, which gives a detailed description of access - click to be directed to the page here.
Fort Grey is now on Google Street View. View map here
Fort Grey, Rue de la Lague, St Peters, Guernsey GY7 9BY
Tel: 265036 (answer phone in operation out of hours)
What you'll find at Fort Grey Shipwreck Museum in 2016
The Fort is a Martello Tower built on a small tidal islet to defend Rocquaine Bay. It is connected to the shore by a raised causeway and is now known affectionately as the "Cup and Saucer". It houses a shipwreck museum and offers spectacular views of the bay and the Hanois Lighthouse.
An interpretation Centre, organised by La Societe Guernesiaise and containing information about the natural history of the local area is located inside a magazine just outside the walls of the fort.
Guernsey's Roman Ship
This now has a temporary home in the building next to Guernsey Pearl. The main timbers can be seen through a viewing window and a small display explains more about the ship, how it was built and how it came to sink off Guernsey. The ship store is open the same hours as Fort Grey and it is hoped Guernsey Museums will be able to create a full exhibition of the ship in the future.