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Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin's Bay, Elizabeth Castle has watched over Jersey's main seaway for more than 300 years. At low tide you can walk out along the causeway or, if you want to experience a different way to travel, catch the amphibious...more
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This castle is awesome. At low tide your can walk out to it. The chances for pictures from shore at high and low tide are great. The tour of the castle is very good. There are a lot of steps. And views from the castle...More
We attended Elizabeth Castle today using the DUKW vehicles for both journeys.
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and found the re-enactments of firing a Cannon and Musket to be very informative.
However, I think it’s fair to say that if you were of limited mobility you...More
I never got the chance to see around the castle itself as I went out too late and I didn't think I could justify paying in before it was closing time. When the tide is out then you can walk all the way out there...More
Took the duck boat across to Elizabeth Castle. As the tide was out it was more of a bus ride than a boat trip. You can walk as it's not too far, check the tide times first of course.
We took advantage of the free...More
You either use the DUCK or if the tides out can walk it. Like a lot of attractions the week we were there it was very quiet. This added to the feeling of emptiness and even the echo's of past events seemed distant. The castle...More
When the tide went out we walked across to the castle, they have a cafe , toilets. Good veiws out to the sea, whilst we were there a man in costume was talking about the history of the weapons they used. We stayed about 2...More
Travelling with a young teenager, the Duck caught our eye. No more than 10 minute journey to the castle. Elizabeth Castle has seen a lot of history and covers a big area. We spent about 3 hours and could have stayed longer. Interesting. Small cafe...More