Museum Britannia House, Stanley

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 40 reviews on the web
For a complete look at the Islands' history, visit Museum Britannia House. Exhibits detail the region's history of sheep farming to the conflict of 1982. An abundance of artifacts preserved from the 19th century help paint a picture of what life on the islands was like during that period. You'll have the chance to explore the reproductions of an old community store, a Victorian kitchen, and a threadbare dentist's office. The museum also features a documentary, which will take you through the most recent conflict on the Islands in 1982 and give information on the region's part in both world wars. Use our Stanley trip generator to arrange your visit to Museum Britannia House and other attractions in Stanley.
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  • A Museum of very local things and that they can be appreciated by certain travellers. It is a place to visit in windy days, because it makes it inside.
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  • A fascinating journey into the past the exhibits are excellent and there is also a video of the history of the conflict 
  • This is a Museum you should definitely visit its wonderful, one of the best small museums I have ever been too, only wish we had more time there, but we had also booked to see the pengwins, staff are ...  read more »
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