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“Nice little museum”

Rogers Street Fishing Village
Ranked #7 of 13 things to do in Two Rivers
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Reviewed November 25, 2012

This won't take you very long to see, but it can be interesting. We attended the 100th anniversary reenactment of the Christmas ship here and admission was free for the day. Not at all what we expected, but nice that they included so many people in the day. It was great to meet the Christmas ship author, Rochelle Pennington, and the schooner painter, Eric Nils Forsberg. My son enjoyed going up in the lighthouse. The gift shop had some nice books and games.

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Reviewed September 18, 2012

Unless you are into the history of fishing, this is rally not a place to visit, unless you have nothing better to do while in Two Rivers.

Thank DrCICS
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Reviewed August 9, 2012

Good site for such a small town. It explained a lot of the history of this small town. The occupation of fishing must have been a tough life.

Thank BettyBoop-03
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Reviewed July 6, 2012

I enjoy history and taking pictures so I found this site very interesting. Upon my arrival I was greeted, asked to sign it and then one of the persons on staff gave me a personal tour of the museum. He was very knowledgeable and very excited to share the museum with you. The museum is on the harbor where the famous Christmas Tree ship sank so they have a number of items on display from the ship. Also this was the site of the French fishing village so they have two rooms set up so one can see what a home looked like. There is also a dispaly of Coast Guard history. The nice part is the staff is so helpful and they do not charge admission. There is a container for your donation. Try it, you will enjoy it.

Thank poodle19
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Reviewed June 20, 2012

A lot is packed into this smal area. There is a small lighthouse, tugboat, and some indoor exhibits..

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