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I love history, so I was a little disappointed that a little funding wasn't put into the property to make it look more like when Hamilton did actually live here. There were only a few small items that were period pieces and a lot of...More
I was really excited to visit the location. However its just 2 rooms, no furnishings, and a bunch of signs to read. Admission is $5 US and I felt like I would have spent my time better by reading a book about Hamilton.
We like to learn about the history,and Hamilton as well as the native americans and the africans brought as slaves are part of the Caribbean legacy. Museum is more an exhibit about Alexanders time, needs to be upgraded, but as all other historic sites in...More
What used to be thought to be the house where Alexander Hamilton was born, is a fine stone building, which houses a museum in the ground floor, and the place where the Nevis parliament meets, in the top floor.
But recently it was determined that...More
Unexpectedly there are two famous persons connected to this small Caribbean island: Alexander Hamilton, who was born here, and Horatio Nelson, who got married here. Both now have their own museum, the one for the British admiral quite a bit outside Charlestown, the other for...More
Not much to see or do in Nevis but at least this spot has history. You need to take a ferry from St. Kitts and the museum is a short walk. There is a small museum but it needs enhancement.
Definitely bring a $10 bill...More