Tourists visiting Jersey Heritage sites have voted them “excellent” on one of the country’s most influential travel websites.
More than 260 million travellers visit TripAdvisor.co.uk every month, and have the opportunity to vote for and comment about the places they have visited or seen. They also read reviews written by other travellers when making decisions on where to visit, stay and what to do when on holiday.
Jersey Museum, the Maritime Museum, La Hougue Bie, Mont Orgueil and Elizabeth Castle have all been given a 4.5 out of 5 rating, and received Certificates of Excellence from TripAdvisor.
Certificates of Excellence from TripAdvisor are highly coveted and Jersey Heritage Commercial Director Jeremy Swetenham said the accolade is greatly appreciated by the organisation: “Independent evaluation of what we do and stand for is very important to Jersey Heritage, its staff, supporters and members. We are assessed by accredited heritage bodies on a regular basis and that’s valuable for benchmarking our products and services against other heritage organisations nationally. The TripAdvisor results reflect what our customers think, and that is equally valuable as we constantly strive to improve our customer experience.”
Although many of the reviews are written by visitors to the Island, a number are submitted by locals, who can make use of Jersey Heritage membership to enjoy all of the sites as many times during the year as they like, for free.
Category: Editor's Choice