The central story is about whaling in the late 1800's/early 1900's and focussed on the Orca killer whales that worked in partnership with the whalers and there is the skeleton of 'Old Tom' one of the killer whales. A fascinating story and museum that has lots of photo's and memorabilia charting the whaling industry and its decline. It was only $10 entry fee so well worth a visit.
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