Great information and history about this historic landmark well worth the visit. Could do with being updated but overall very interesting
This well preserved, double story gem is located inside Nelson’s Dockyard at English Harbour. There’s an entry fee of $8 US p/p into the Dockyard – operated by the Nelson’s Dockyard National Park. Once inside, the Museum located in the old Admirals House is particularly interesting for ‘old salt’s’ that love anything about nautical history – in this case the... More
Interesting artifacts and a good history lesson. Would like to have been a fly on the wall in 1800 to see it as it really was.
interesting enough for adults but young children may get bored, not overly busy but a pleasant few hours.
2nd time I travelled there. Full of interest. Relaxing couple of hours. Large yachts to look at whilst sipping a coffee of cocktail. Museum interesting.
This museum is in Nelson's Boatyard. It was interesting because it showed the culture of boating at the time of Nelson and how the British controlled the area. It had interesting artifacts and displays.
Had a good look through the museum. Very interesting and well presented covering the history of the dockyard since inception. Worth having a look in conjunction with the rest of the dockyard and the museum at Shirley Heights.
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