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Museum of Nevis History, Charlestown
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Museum of Nevis History helps you understand the present of this Caribbean nation by learning about its culture and history. The museum interprets the story of Alexander Hamilton, a founding father of the United States. It also includes information about Horatio Nelson, the British marine captain who married Frances Herbert Woolward, a member of the local colonial elite. Exhibits feature artifacts related to the indigenous people who settled Nevis from other nearby islands four centuries ago. Follow written panel displays and guide yourself through the collection of maps, documents, statues, and pottery--all adding up to an informative account of this significant story. By using our Nevis vacation builder, you can arrange your visit to Museum of Nevis History and other attractions in Nevis.
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This museum is situated in the building that was birthplace of Alexander Hamilton. I believed that I would be touring a restored 18th century home, so I was disappointed to find one room of local arti... read more »
In restored stable from grounds of Alexander Hamilton's birthplace, with historical exhibits from original Indian settlements through pirates and colonial settlement and plantations. Worth the price o... read more »
The museum of Nevis History and Christina Monument is a charming and well thought out display in a compound near on the coast in Basseterre, that one can walk to from the ferry terminal. It houses art... read more »
The Gudie was unfriendly and at all you could not see anything intresting
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