Victor Hugo House, Guernsey
Victor Hugo House, Guernsey

The quaint little island of Guernsey, found in the English Channel, has a story to tell around every corner. The Islands position between England and France means it is perfect for history holidays; it has been caught in the crossfire over the years between the UK and Europe’s up and down relationship resulting in a rich history.
Today we are going to through some of the most interesting sites across the island that will help you explore the fascinating days gone by. From war time museums to literary museums, there is something that will please everyone:
Castle Cornet
Where better to learn about history than at one of the islands museums. Castle Cornet has stood guard over the town of St Peter Port for nearly eight centuries. The story of the Castle and other parts of Guernsey’s history can be found in the five fantastic museums housed within the Castle walls. From a maritime museum to an RAF museum and a light infantry museum, there is so much to discover.
Fort Grey
Fort Grey is know locally as the “Cup and Saucer” because of its distinct shape. This Martello Tower now plays host to a Shipwreck Museum with a wide