Don't go expecting something grand, you have to remember that the island isn't industrialized like the states or Europe. It took us about 30 minutes to go through. It was very interesting and the people were vey nice. There was a school doing a sort of field trip so it was a little crowded. The first room has several pictures of the past of people and locations around the island. The second room has different sea life fossils and skeletons, there is a case in this room that has artifacts from a sunken ship, there is a small room off of the second with different portraits of different leaders, there is a 3rd room that has old sewing machines, old tools, and a HUMAN SKELETON from a pre-columbian tribe! There is another room off of the 3rd room that has more farm tools and more animal skeletons (I know one was a goat skull and a donkey skull). The only thing I wasn't a fan of - no explanations were in English. I speak a little spanish so I could understand a few words and almost unnderstand certain articles they had. I think the other language they had posted was dutch.
If you'e down here diving like we were, this is a perfect place to vist between dives. Its right outside of downtown, we drove from divi but you could easily walk.
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