When we disembarked from our ship we could see the tourist information agency across the street, I always try to visit local museums when traveling and went to to ask if there there was a local museum. Upstairs, was the reply.
My husband and I were delighted. He is an earth scientist and I am a historian and both of us were captivated. The display on the local geology had been done by a university or college and was of professional level. The history section had many items and information on the fascinating local and regional history. We spent about half an hour there and enjoyed it very much, The museum does not appear to be well-supported ($3.00) admission fee and does not have a website. A much better way to spend your time than looking at the same duty-free shops as on every other island.
We wish that someone would starts a "Friends of the Museum" project with a website.
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