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Falkland Islands Museum, Stanley
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Get an in-depth look into the local heritage at Falkland Islands Museum, which exhibits the early history, way of life, and natural environment of the islands. Inside this small museum, set by the water's edge, you'll find everything from specimens of native birds to ship bells and maps, plus peculiarities such as a mug with a moustache protector. Keep your eye out for a 15-minute video of the Argentinian invasion and subsequent 1982 war. The powerful video is narrated by children who witnessed the conflict. Make Falkland Islands Museum a centerpiece of your Stanley vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Stanley travel itinerary maker.
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There is always something new and interesting in this modern, light and airy Museum. It should be on every visitor and resident's list of things to see in the Falkland Islands.
Lots of history here for history buffs and it is a quaint place with friendly locals happy to share the unique past adventures of this island with you.
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