About The Gallery
The Harbour Gallery Jersey is managed by Jersey charity Art in the Frame Foundation. It is the largest exhibiting, working and selling art and craft gallery in Jersey and the Channel Islands.
Open 7 days a week, 10am – 5.30pm, it features the work of over 70 local artists and craftworkers spread over three floors. There is also a Café on the first floor which is open 9am – 5pm daily along with unisex toilets.
In addition to being an exhibiting gallery promoting up and coming artists, we also provide art education for all ages. Find out more about the managing charity below and please do consider donating to help support us.
Visiting the Gallery
With views overlooking the Bay of St Helier and nestled within the picturesque, charming harbour of St Aubin, you can reach the gallery by car, bus, Le Petit Train, bike or on foot. Set back from the main harbourside road, we are at the end of a driveway next to the village Post Office.
LibertyBus run the bus numbers 12, 12A, 14 and 15 from Liberation Station in St Helier and parking is available on the street or in the public car parks nearby.
Across the three floors of the gallery, you will find our ground floor retail area displaying the work of up to 70 artists and the exhibition space hosting up to 10 exhibitions a year. The Gallery Café is located on the first floor along with another retail area and wool shop, Entrelac Yarns. Finally located above the large workspace area, are several artist studio areas.
The Harbour Gallery Jersey first opened in 2003 as a window to the managing charity Art in the Frame Foundation. The charity was set up in 1998 by two local art teachers who saw a need to promote up and coming artists living in Jersey and to promote more art education in schools. With a lack of consistent exhibition space, the charity created The Harbour Gallery Jersey to become an artistic hub and creative community.
You can find out more about the charity over at artintheframefoundation.com and find out details of how you can help support us.