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.
Adults - £4.00
Children (aged 7-18 years) & students (with valid student card) - £1.50
Children under 7 years go free
Please buy your ticket at Guernsey Pearl, directly opposite the causeway.
From 30 April: 10.00 - 16.30
Facilities & Amenities
On bus routes - 11, 61, 91
Parking (at Guernsey Pearl)
Cafe (at Guernsey Pearl)
Discovery Sacks available for free loan from the Shop. These are bags filled with objects and activities to help children explore the Tower and the Museum. Objects include a pair of binoculars, a compass with guide, pirate accessories and a magnifying glass
Help-yourself trunk of trails, quizzes and spot-it picture boards available inside the Tower
Dressing up trunk - be a sailor, octopus or pirate.
Tuesday mornings at 11.15am and Sunday afternoons at 2.15pm Guernsey Museum’s “History in Action Company” enact stories from Guernsey’s past.