Not being familiar with the game of cricket or the West Indies place in it, we were anxious to get a feel for it by visiting this museum. We were the only visitors there and they opened the museum for us. Aside from old sweaters, bats and balls, there really isn't much to this place. It would have been helpful if there was a knowledgeable guide to explain things and walk us through the exhibits. Instead we had young man pointing stuff out and saying where it came from. If you know your stuff, this would be an excellent attraction.
A great surprise was that we were able to meet Wes Hall at the museum. It didn't mean much to us Americans but still cool nonetheless.
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