$10 entry fee well worth it. We spent hours wandering through the history amongst working sailmakers and carpenters.
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We spent a couple of hours here and found the history fascinating. Bricks from the UK helped build buildings and history is all around. A must if you're in Antigua and if you get chance Friday evening is a seafood and music festival in the...More
Stayed around the bay for a week and walked to here every day. Fantastic feeling of what it used to be when Nelson was here. Not too touristy. A couple of nice restaurants and cafe bars. Small, interesting museum. Really enjoyed being in the place
We were staying locally in Falmouth so it was a 5min journey. Free entry to those staying locally as long as you tell the ticket office where you are staying. It was off season so quiet and the museum was undergoing some refurbishment but still...More
We thought we would go and have a look at the dockyard while on Antigua, it was OK, we saw The Old Admirals House which is now a museum of charts, Indian relics, pictures, etc., The Admirals Inn has been converted to a hotel. A...More
We visited this out of season so had a tour guide all to ourselves. It was very informative and the place is beautiful and stunning. Well worth going to understand nelsons history