aMaizin! Adventure Park is extremely popular with families and caters for children from age 3 to adults. Many of the activities are suitable for adults and therefore this attraction is not only suitable for children and families but also for those “young at heart”!
At Jersey Lavender they grow, harvest and distil their own lavender to obtain the pure essential oil. This is used in an extensive range of quality lavender products. Their formulations and fragrances contain a high concentration of lavender oil which is an effective, natural therapeutic ingredient. In the lavender farm gardens is Sprigs Café which serves a wide range of original and delicious home-made food using local ingredients.
The Aquasplash has a 25m x 6 lane pool a leisure pool with wave machine an outdoor pool with lazy river, 2 flumes, 1 tyre ride a sauna, steam room a creche and it is possivle to get swimming lessons. There is also a sun bathing area for those who would rather not get wet.
One of the world’s finest collections of orchids. The Foundation was established by the late Eric Young, a man whose enthusiasm for orchids knew no bounds. This dedication to breeding and exhibiting orchids continues today, and has resulted in gold medals at prestigious shows around the world including the Chelsea Flower Show.
Discover the Island’s maritime past, explore iconic castles, learn about Jersey’s unique heritage or find out more about Jersey’s rural past. Jersey is full of places to discover. Visit Mont Orgueil Castle, Elizabeth Castle (inclusive of the Castle Ferry), Jersey Museum & Art Gallery, Maritime Museum & Occupation Tapestry Gallery, Hamptonne Country Life Museum (open from May to September), La Hougue Bie Museum.
Jersey’s newest attraction, Tamba Park, has a little something for everyone. Set in beautiful scenery, the Park offers a range of attractions including a Dinosaur Trail, Children’s Adventure Playground, African Sculpture Walk, Cafe, Gift Shop, Boating Lake with 4 Micro Boats,Remote Control Tornado Boats, Restaurant, Rainforest themed indoor Playzone, Toddler Soft Play, Mini Arcade and Crazy Golf.
These gardens were created in the nineteen twenties by millionaire shipping magnate and philanthropist, Sir James Knott, and in recent years they have undergone substantial restoration, diversification and development. There is a restaurant where fresh herbs grown at Samares Manor are used to garnish the dishes.