Route Plan from Guernsey Tourist Information to Guernsey Museum/Candie Gardens
On leaving the Tourist Information Office turn left on to North Esplanade.
The pavement surface on North Esplanade is tarmac and has a width of 130cm.
Carry along the North Esplanade.
Just up from the Tourist Information the pavement in front of a water fountain changes to paving slabs.
Carry on up North Esplanade and cross the road at the junction with Lower Pollet and Le Truchot.
They are dropped kerbs at this crossing.
Carry along North Esplanade and turn left on to St Julian's Avenue.
St Julian's Avenue is a steep hill.
On entering St Julian's Avenue cross over to the right side of the road at the pelican crossing.
The pelican crossing has tactile paving at the front of the crossing on the right side.
On crossing the road carry on up St Julian's Avenue.
St Julian's Avenue pavement suface is paving slabs and tarmac.
Carry on up St Julian's Avenue at the junction with Royal Avenue cross the road and carry on up St Julian's Avenue.
There are no dropped kerbs at this junction.
At the juction with Les Canichers cross the road and carry on up St Julian's Avenue.
There are no dropped kerbs at this crossing.
Carry on up St Julian's Avenue till the juction with Candie Road and turn left into Candie Road.
There is a tight and steep turning at this junction.
There are handrails on both sides at this turning.
Candie Road is a steep hill.
The surface of the pavement is tarmac.
On entering Candie Road carry on up the hill for a short distance and turn right into Candie Park.