We visited this museum and I was pleasantly surprised to find a fascinating collection of predominantly agricultural vehicles and items - and it is well worth seeking out. The man on the kiosk desk was very helpful, knowledgable and keen to impart his local knowledge. The majority of exhibits seem to have been collected and restored by the late Mr. Pallot but there are other vehicles and items donated or being lent by other Jersey notables. Cars, vans, military vehicles, motor bikes, trucks, toys, organs, radios, farming equipment, motoring memorabilia and, of course, locomotives and a 100 year old train. The museum is fascinating and I was told they have enough similar and relevant exhibits that they could borrow or show to increase the size of the museum threefold, if only they had the space. I would guess there is parking for 30 to 40 cars, so you will be unlikely to have difficulty parking here. If you don't have a car, hire one for the day or get a cab. I recommend putting an hour or two aside to visit this excellent, private museum next time you visit the Channel Islands. You will be amazed at what one hugely dedicated man can achieve during his working life for the resulting benefit of us all.
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