We were pleasantly surprised by this museum - in fact it contained a far wider range of exhibits and artifacts than we expected. The history of the sheep farming islanders, a reproduction Victorian kitchen, equipment & chair relating to how dentistry was done in years gone by, explanations of involvement in both World Wars & the 1982 conflict and even homage to the English Royal family. In fact every corner seemed to reveal information on a new subject. Our favourite was the reproduction 1930 community store complete with original ledger in £'s shillings & pence. Shame the Recluse hut was closed. If you want to visit the Cape Pembroke lighthouse at the most easterly point of the Falklands, pay £5 and they will give you the key. (Key? Biggest, heaviest key we've ever seen)
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