All conserved artefacts from the wreck are either stored or on display in the Alderney Museum at St Anne’s.

Display cabinet in Alderney Museum

Display cabinet in Alderney Museum

The Museum, which was established in 1966, is owned and administered by the Alderney Society, ‘an organisation dedicated to the historical, environmental and scientific promotion of the Island of Alderney’. In 1993 the Museum achieved fully registered status and, in 1999, won the prestigious Museums and Galleries’ Gulbenkian Award for ‘most outstanding achievement’ (presented by H.R.H. Prince of Wales). Artefacts from the wreck are displayed on the ground floor in room G2.

An expansion of the premises is planned, following which the Elizabethan Wreck will become the new centrepiece of the museum.

President of the Alderney Society:
Dr Trevor Davenport

Address:
The Alderney Museum
The Old School House
High Street
St Anne’s
Alderney
Channel Islands
GY9 3TG.

Museum Hours:
Daily 10 to 12 and weekdays 2.30 to 4.30pm

Wreck artefact display on Guernsey

Wreck artefact display on Guernsey

Recent loans
The Alderney Maritime Trust and the Alderney Society loaned artefacts to the Guernsey Museum & Art Gallery for their 2009 ‘Tudor Summer’ exhibition, attracting over 9000 people, more than half of whom were visitors to the island.

Letter from Guernsey Museum re artefact loan 2009