First- This is a small museum and it does have a modest admission fee. I've visited the museum three times in the years we've come to the island. I love to look at old photographs. There are several to view here.
The first exhibits talk about how the island was formed and how fragile it is. (Why we visitors should think green whenever possible). The population of the island has changed dramatically over the years. You'll learn why at the museum.
The island has an amazing history. Mayans traveled to the island throughout the height of the culture to (especially women) to make a pilgrimage to San Gervasio and the Temple of Ixchel.
The exhibits are modest and I've always left having learned something new.
And...The museum restaurant overlooking the Caribbean is very good for breakfast or lunch. Prices are reasonable. My favorite is the banana pancakes :)
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