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Visitor information

Hauteville House, Guernsey

38 Hauteville, St Peter Port
Guernsey
GY1 1DG
Channel Islands
Phone : +44 (0) 1481 721 911
Email : hugohouse@cwgsy.net

Opening from April 1st to September 30th 2017
From 10AM to 4PM (beginning of the last tour)

Closed on Wednesdays

 

Visits

Visit of the house and the garden

Important! Guided tours only for the visit of the house, with a maximum of 10 people per group
Duration: one hour.
Languages available: French, English and German (upon request and availability).
Access to the garden is free of charge (contact us for the opening times).Important! Guided tours only for the visit of the house.
Duration: one hour. Tours start every 20 minutes
(or 30 minutes between 12 and 2 p.m. in April and September) with a maximum of 10 people per group.

Reservation

INDIVIDUAL VISITORS
Given our limited capacity, booking in advance is highly recommended.

Groups
Reservation is required for groups
For practical reasons, groups shall not exceed 20 people a day (2 tours of 10 people)
For school groups, the museum can accept 30 people a day (3 tours of 10 people).
During each visit and in the garden, the children must be under the responsibility of an adult.

Price list

Admission charges

Full price: £ 8
Adults from 27 years old
 
Reduced price: £ 6
18 to 26 years old, teachers, members of history of art societies
 
Free entrance
up to 17 years old, unemployed, disabled visitors and their guest or helper, personnel of the City of Paris, ICOM and ICOMOS card.
 
School groups: £ 1.50 per person (teacher and student)
 

 

LUGGAGE POLICY
No luggage with dimensions superior to 30 x 20 x 40 cm will be accepted in the cloakroom or in the rooms.
All backpacks and bags exceeding the format of the plastic bag given at the reception must be left in the cloakroom during the tour.
For safety reasons, acceptance of any bag or package in the cloakroom may be subject to opening by the visitor.

Accessibility
The absence of parking lot, the situation of the house on a hill and the layout of
the premises imply difficult or limited access for people with disabilities. Hauteville
House is a three storeys building with a 58 steps central staircase.
The decoration created by Victor Hugo is original and the passages in the house
are often narrow.
Any special requests contact the booking service.


 

Payment in pounds sterling (English, Guernsey and Jersey) or by credit card (American Express not accepted), on site the day of the visit.