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I love going to this sweet museum every year! I go every Wed and get the freshly baked Settler’s bread. It’s a husky bread. Makes great toast and French toast. The $5 price goes to a college scholarship yearly. The museum is really a gem....More
This is our second year of visiting this Museum, and it never disappoints. The docents/volunteers are a great source of knowledge and gladly answer any questions you may have without invading your space. The history of the Island is so interesting and you can buy...More
This is one of the more interesting and informative small "museums" we've visited, worldwide. Whoever had the idea, and put the exhibits together, did a great job. The island is small, only really settled by people living here full time about 100 years ago. But...More
We stopped in on our last visit to AMI mainly because it was extremely hot out and we knew they had air conditioning. Very happy we did, The museum itself has many interesting facts about the island and is located in a building that was...More
The museum is small, but worth a visit. Laid out chronologically, it took us through the decades. The maps were particularly interesting and the stories of the settlers arriving in late 19th century and beyond were fascinating. The hardships they faced, the snakes and mosquitoes...More
This was our first visit inside the actual museum. We've visited the jail and the cottage on the property, but never hit the time just right when the museum was open. We are so glad we caught it this time. Our guide, I believe her...More