This museum is tucked away on a side street off of Front Street at the eastern end of this thoroughfare. (It is not at Wathey Square.) It took many inquiries and several wrong directions to reach it. If you find the Guavaberry store, you're very close - opposite side of the street. It's worthwhile to see once though I cannot imagine a return trip. It had several interesting pieces of Arawak or similar era pottery and tools and interesting information about the slave trade and early days of European settlement. It also has a lot of items that are of questionable value though their inclusion in and of itself is entertaining. The volunteer staff is very pleasant knowledgeable. I had seen a write-up about the island's discovery by Europeans in the mid 1600s and the apparent lack of any native peoples. The director explained that the Arawak likely visited but did not stay because of the lack of fresh water. I appreciate the time she took answering several of my questions and the obvious commitment she and the other staff have.
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