DÉCOUVREZ LES 14 MUSÉES DE LA VILLE DE PARIS
Hauteville House, Guernsey
38 Hauteville, St Peter Port
Phone : +44 (0) 1481 721 911
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Seasonal closure of Hauteville House
from 1st October 2019
Reopening in April 2020
Bookings for next season will open in November 2019
Terms and conditions
On the day of your visit, you are required to present yourselves at Hauteville house 10 minutes before the departure of the tour, as specified when booking, in order to purchase your tickets. Beyond this 10 minutes deadline, your reservation will expire and we cannot guarantee that we will be able to postpone your visit.
We are receiving a lot of requests and therefore we way need several days to handle your booking. In order to make things a bit quicker, please make sure that you specify the number of people in your party, as well as your arrival and departure dates and times;
Due to the high demand reservations are already fully booked on the following dates
September: 6, 7, 8, 10, 13, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 26 September
However for these dates, somme places are still available on the day for individuals visitors, but the number is limited. We advise visitors to present themselves at Hauteville House at the opening or to phone to check the availability and register if possible
Please contact us by email or phone : email@example.com / 0044 1481 721 911
Full price: £ 10 (adults from 27 years old)
Reduced price: £ 8 (18 to 26 years old, teachers)
School groups: £ 2 per person (teacher and student).
Lecture in the garden : £ 4 (£ 2 per person for school groups)
Free access to the garden during the opening times of the house
The tickets (for groups or individuals) are to be purchased at the entrance on the day of the tour.
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.
Concession and free tickets are only granted upon presentation of suitable evidence.
Access to Hauteville House is subject to several conditions and visitors are asked to comply with all the safety rules exposed by the museum staff. Any bags and items that would be considered as dangerous regarding the safety of the people or the preservation of the collections won't be allowed in the musuem and should be placed in the reception's lockers.
Luggage are not accepted on the premises, either in the rooms, the lockers or the garden. Access will be refused to visitors with luggage, even if they have made a reservation.
Payment is due on the day of the visit, in cash (pounds only) or by credit/debit cards.
Euros non accepted