Not a big museum, but if you have the time visit. Went with a group of ten people while we had some free time.
About Museum of Antigua and Barbuda
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I think it is very easy to visit Antigua and be sucked in to the resort lifestyle or only visit for a day trip off a cruise and miss what made Antigua in to the place it is today. With this in mind I frogmarched...More
Me and my girlfriend did a morning trip out to St. John's harbour after looking around the shops we wanted to kill some time out taxi driver informed us about this museum. It's small compact but full of history in particular the slavery trade in...More
By visiting this small but very interesting museum in the heart of town, one will learn about the history of the island, the uprising of the slaves , and the pathetic manner in which Britain has exploited the Caribbean for their own gain, and are...More
Lots of interesting information, enthusiastically and well presented, easily accessible but parking may be a problem most of the day.
Not open on the weekend, very good little museum, well set out. Shows the rich heritage of the island.
We wanted to find out a little more of the history of Antigua, not just what is shown at the usual tourist sites. Had to ask the locals how to find the place but found it eventually. A well laid out museum with the timeline...More
A must do to see Antigua History .. Well Worth the effort to get there with parking a challenge... But it gives a good feel for antigua History
This is the only Museum in St. John's and the cost is 3.00 US per person ,it is a very knowledgeable place to visit , you need time to do alot of reading if you go there
Interesting museum that packs a lot into a small space. Gives all the information on how Antigua evolved right up to a statue and information on Sir Viv Richards, cricketing icon.