This is where problem prisoners were held and where ships were built. There is a lot of history there. There is an information center at the ferry stop with volunteers. It is all free if you want. We chose to pay $8 for an audio tour, which was very informative and really made the visit for us.
They also have some very unusual waterfront accomodations available and a restaurant.
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