The Admiral's House is one of the nicest structures in the Nelson's Dockyard historical area and appropriately houses the museum. The displays are simple and contain some (but not too many) historical artifacts that do tell the story of the dockyards. It doesn't take much more than an hour to work your way through the two floors. Make sure to walk around the second floor wrap around balcony as it provides nice views towards the harbor. You'll also see the Pastry Shop tucked in behind the museum - drop in for a refreshment and a delicious snack.
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