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Guernsey is definitely seen at its best when the sun is shining. But don't despair, there are several places to visit and enjoy on a rainy day.
Victor Hugo spent 15 years in exile on Guernsey, where he was inspired to write "Les Travailleurs de la Mer".
There are guided walking tours through St Peter Port to Hauteville House, which has been left exactly as it was when he lived there.
The House is also open for several months of the year, with guided tours available.
Enquire at the Information Centre in St Peter Port for full details of opening times, etc.
Castle Cornet guards the entrance to St Peter Port harbour and has seen much action down the ages. Although some parts are open air, there are several indoor museums.
Candie Museum is located on the outskirts of St Peter Port town: a short but steep walk from the centre.
A small, compact museum, with objects dating back to prehistory. Attached is a small gift shop and cafe.
See a 1000 years of Guernsey history painstakingly stitched on canvas by residents of Guernsey.
The 10 panels are displayed in a purpose-built gallery next to St James Concert Hall, in St Peter Port.
This historic house is located in the pretty parish of St Martin, a short drive from St Peter Port.
Learn about life on Guernsey during the German Occupation in World War 2.
Watch craftsmen at work and wander around the shop where items made on the premises can be purchased.
There is also a nice restaurant/coffee shop on site, plus a small nature reserve to wander around, if weather permits.
Visit Catherine Best in her converted Mill in St Martins, a few minutes drive from St Peter Port town centre.
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