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Memorial - Deportees

Deportees Plaque

Unveiled on the 23rd April 2010 it remembers over 1000 people who were deported from Guernsey and Sark during the Second World War.

Address: White Rock, St Peter Port.
Perry's Guide: 3M5
Parking: Public car park at North Beach.
Bus Routes: all buses

Evacuees Plaque

Unveiled on the 8th May 2010 it remembers the evacuation of islanders in June 1940 prior to the invasion by German forces.

Address: White Rock, St Peter Port.
Perry's Guide: 3M5
Parking: Public car park at North Beach.
Bus Routes: all buses

Island War Memorial

The war memorial was unveiled in 1926 as a tribute to islanders who lost their lives fighting in the First and Second World Wars.

Address: Smith Street, St Peter Port
Perry's Guide: 5K6
Parking: On street parking available in surrounding area.
Bus Routes: 31, 41, 42, 51, 61, 71, 81 

Jewish Women's Memorial

27th January 2001 was the first Holocaust Memorial Day. It was marked in Guernsey by the unveiling of this memorial. It is dedicated to three Jewish women who were deported from Guernsey to their deaths at Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1942.

Address: White Rock, St Peter Port.
Perry's Guide: 3M5
Parking: Public car park at North Beach.
Bus Routes: all buses

Sir Godfrey Carey Fountain

Memorial to Sir T. Godfrey Carey, Bailiff of Guernsey 1895 - 1902.

Address: Fort Road, St Peter Port.
Perry's Guide: 25F3
Parking: On street parking at the top of Le Val des Terres.
Bus Routes: 11, 91

South African War Memorial

The memorial was unveiled on the 23rd September 1905 by the Duke of Connaught. It is 18ft 9in tall, weighs 25 tons and bears the names of the 11 officers and 34 men who fell in South Africa. More information...

Address: St Julian's Avenue, St Peter Port.
Perry's Guide: 3J5
Parking: On street parking available on St Julian's Avenue and surrounding area.
Bus Routes: 31, 41, 42, 71, 81

Val Des Terres Memorial Stone

This stone commemorates the opening of the Val des Terres by the Prince of Wales, Prince Edward in July 1935.

Address: Le Val des Terres, St Peter Port.
Perry's Guide: 25F3
Parking: Street parking at the top of Le Val des Terres.
Bus Routes: 5S, 5AS, 6S, 6AS, 7, 7A

Victoria Tower

The tower was built in 1848 to commemorate Queen Victoria's visit to Guernsey on 24th August 1846. It was the first visit by a reigning monarch and of great importance to islanders. The tower was designed by William Colling and cost £2000, which was met by public subscription. More information...

There are spectacular views over St Peter Port from the viewing platform. Visitors can collect the key for the tower free of charge, from Guernsey Museum.

Address: Monument Road, St Peter Port.
Perry's Guide: 5H6
Parking: On street parking on Monument Road and surrounding area. Public car park in Upland Road.
Bus Routes: 31, 41, 42, 71, 81

WWI War Memorial

Situated in the German Cemetery at Fort George.

Address: Rue Adolphus, St Peter Port.
Perry's Guide: 25G4
Parking: Limited on street parking nearby.
Bus Routes: 11, 91

  • Memorial - South African War
  • War Memorial
  • Memorial - Evacuees
  • Memorial - Jewish Women
  • Memorial Stone - Val des Terres
  • Sir Godfrey Carey Fountain
  • Victoria Tower (2)
  • WW1 Memorial