We paid $10 each to go into the museum, first I got to sit and watch people swimming with the dolphins, great fun. There were a couple of buildings on the lower level to walk around with interesting ship wreck memorabilia etc. We then took the hill up to the big colonial house. Each room has a different exhibition and I found the small room with the currency really interesting - how it changed from UK£ to US$ and all the notes and coins are there to see.Some rooms are set out as replicas of what it would have been. The rain poured whilst we looked inside and took the opportunity to see more - well the ladies did whilst the men yawned profusely outside. No it is not for everyone but we had a fantastic view of the cruise ships, had interesting exhibitions and to top it I got to watch the dolphins - the $10 to watch the dolphins made the trip for me but I think my husband would pass on returning. 1-2 hours at the maximum is all you need.
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