The opening times and entry prices for The Guernsey Tapestry can be found on the website
Telephone: 01481 727106
The Guernsey Tapestry was a community project commemorating the turn of the millennium. It shows 1000 years of the island’s history in a total of 10 tapestries, each covering one century.
The embroideries show great attention to detail and are an enjoyable introduction to the history of Guernsey.
The permanent exhibition is housed in the gallery at Dorey Centre, in St Peter Port, not far from Candie Gardens.
An audio guide available in English, French, German and Dutch will talk you through the Islanders’ work and explain in detail the very history each panel shows.
The Duke of Richmond is a 4 star hotel situated close to St. Peter Port town centre, featuring a large sun terrace, outdoor swimming pool and popular bar and restaurant.
The Best Western Hotel de Havelet is a beautiful Georgian house on the outskirts of St Peter Port town centre. The hotel features an indoor swimming pool, restaurant and grill.
The Best Western Moores Hotel is only a stone's throw from St. Peter Port harbour and sea front, providing guests with a perfect base from which to explore Guernsey.
La Collinette Self Catering offers guests a home away from home, close to St. Peter Port town centre and only a short drive from Guernsey's beaches and countryside.
Fantastically located in the centre of St. Peter Port, The Old Government House is the only establishment in Guernsey to offer 5 star luxury including extensive Spa facilities.
The Duke of Normandie is a 3 star boutique hotel in Guernsey's town centre, featuring a popular bar, a beer garden and a sunny courtyard.
Hauteville House, located at 38 Rue Hauteville in St Peter Port, once belonged to Victor Hugo during his exile from France (1851-1870).
The Little Chapel is as much a curiosity as a work of art and definitely deserves a visit during your stay in Guernsey.
Dehus Dolmen is a prehistoric passage grave approximately 10 metres in length.