Bligh Museum of Pacific Exploration, Adventure Bay

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  • My son loves museums and we enjoyed an hour long stay looking at the history of explorers and items on display. Take your glasses in its a little dark inside but worth the $4 entry for Adults if you a...  more »
  • For the small entry fee of $4 you may wander through the little museum that contains a great deal of historical information that covers not only Bligh but also Cook, the early Dutch and French maritim...  more »
  • The museums mainly has manuscripts, books, drawings, and paintings depicting contact with explorers beginning with Abel Tasman over James Cook and William Bligh as well as the French explorers and sci...  more »
  • Fantastic snapshot of History. Very knowledgeable staff and very friendly.
  • Great collection of historical documents relating to Cook, Bligh, Tasman, Flinders and others. $4 admission is great value.
  • Brilliant!
  • Through his travels and dedication, Dr. Hamilton has left us an important legacy of documents and collectibles pertaining to an era that set the foundations for our nation. Well worth your time.