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A great little museum that is surprising very interesting inside with all sorts of exhibits and interesting stuff! You can even climb up the spiral staircase and take in the views from atop! Excellent explanations of how the original building was used and the surrounding...More
We walked down from the top of town to find this 1776 battery closed up with a number of stones leaning against the walls in sime sort of supporting idea.
There wasnt any info about the closure so no idea about if/when it might reopen....More
Having passed here many times on previous visits, we dropped in whilst wave watching on the doorstep.
There is no entrance fee, merely a collection plate for contributions towards upkeep.
Whilst not huge, it offered a detailed and fascinating insight to the history of tuna...More
An interesting place to visit. There can't be many museums in the world dedicated to the history of tuna fishing? The building itself is collapsing, due to the weight of the concrete that was poured on its roof during the second world war, so may...More