The museum consists of five galleries.
- The Main Gallery
- The Issue Room of 1946
- The Natural History Room
- The Maritime Gallery
- The Temporary Summer Exhibition Gallery
2013 Summer Exhibition Gallery
This year's 2013 exhibition, arranged by David Thornburrow and titled Alderney Through Art, is a chance to see the work of various artists, dating from the mid nineteenth century to the current day. The subject matter of all the works selected is Alderney.
The exhibition includes work by:-
With thanks to the Alderney Art Club for the title picture and their advice
The temporary summer exhibition changes annually and is located in our upstairs gallery. Past exhibitions include,
- The 2012 exhibition was dedicated to the submarine HMS Affray which sank in the Hurd Deep in 1951.
- The topical 2011 exhibition on "The Alderney Stones Project" by world renowned sculpture artist Andy Goldsworthy. The exhibition coincided with the installation of 11 sculptures by Goldsworthy on Alderney which are still in situ. This exhibition was financed by the Guernsey Arts Council.
- The 2010 "Sophia Guille Sketches" exhibition displayed over twenty of the exquisite sketches of Alderney by Sophia Guille dating to 1850 with subject matters ranging from picnics on the cliffs to the famed parish church of St Anne's.
- The 2009 popular "Victorian Fortifications of Alderney" displayed enlarged copies of the beautifully hand drawn coloured drawings of the Victorian fortifications dating to 1850. This exhibition proved so popular that part of it is now included in the permanent display in the main gallery.