We spent about an hour at the museum that included a 3 minute introductory video and moving at a decent pace reading and pausing to interact with certain objects. The museum is essentially designed for visitors to move in one direction, which actually works well in the past to present history of diving progression. However, the exhibit is displayed on the left and right of you for the most part, but you can always back track a bit so you don't feel rushed to see everything. I appreciate the time and care the owners put in to share their collection with the public. The exhibit is nicely developed although some signage could use a little repair or be replaced (not a huge distraction). Other than that, the diving bell and the narwhal tusk were the two most memorable things for me and don't forget your camera!
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