You can't go wrong visiting the Fort. The views are wonderful, the grounds are well kept and clean. The historty of the fort is interesting and much work has gone into restoring and maintaining it. For this I give them the upmost credit. As far as a museum, this has far to go. The exhibits are small and the space could be used better. Everything is in Spanish and I don't think a lot of locals go there, so this is very puzzling. It should be acessable to english speakers as well. I understand the modern struggle with the Navy, but there are hundreds of years of Isla Nena history that could be displayed or discussed in a variety of different ways. Finally, the condition of the metal artifacts is appalling. Museums conserve the artifacts, not let them fall apart in a plexiglass box. I wish them well. I'm sure funding is the biggest problem.
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