We found this visit to be be a welcome change from all the jewelry stores etc. found on all the Caribbean islands. The ten dollar admission includes the synagogue with the sand floor and a small but informative museum. The second level of the museum requires climbing a narrow, steep, circular staircase which some in our group did not do. There is a small display of memorabilia from Anne Frank, World War II anti-Jewish comic books etc. which were fascinating to see. As a bonus the museum is beautifully air conditioned.
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