We had stopped overnight on the outskirts of the town and so got to see this lovely little town in the morning sunshine. We were able to park outside the museum and had an interesting look around inside. It is quite small as museums go but that is no criticism as it reflects this delightful location and tells the story of the whalers in an engaging manner without getting over complicated or fussy. I definitely learnt quite a bit and, whilst I am totally anti-whaling, at least I can now understand more about the factors involved. There is plenty of free parking along the main street and I would recommend getting your breakfast there as there are some brilliant cafes clearly well-used by the locals.
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