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Rusty Fish, Roatan
(4.5/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Home to the largest collection of recycled art in the region, Rusty Fish invites you to purchase 100% locally made souvenirs. Head inside the yellow wooden shop to find artworks made from recycled metal, plastics, and glass, as well as locally made woodcarvings, stone carvings, paintings by local artists, and handmade jewelry. The souvenir shop houses items mainly inspired by marine life, such as fish, seahorses, and crabs. With our custom trip planner, Roatan attractions like Rusty Fish can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We went to a couple of the Rusty Fish locations and had a lot of fun looking at all the different pieces of art. The organization is great as it gives back to the community as uses rubbish to create a...  more »
  • Located on the main street of West End, is a very striking and colorful. Sells plenty of decoration objects made by inhabitants of the town with materials recycled or discarded, to promote sustainable community progress. Very nice attention. Expensive prices.
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  • The girls in our family really enjoyed shopping at the Rusty Fish! Everything is made on the island and supports families. At the larger store next to the bakery, we saw some large "happy fish" made f...  more »