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Oriole Complex

| Olveston, Montserrat
+1 664-491-3086
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In my opinion a must place to visit

Went here each day for a week while my husband was working..The gardens are gorgeous loads of... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2012
monketteDouglasIOM
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Douglas IOM
Small, not enough displays

I really really wanted to see loads of pictures or exhibits about the island. It has an amazing... read more

Reviewed 28 February 2012
Islasusan
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Isla Mujeres, Mexico
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The Oriole Complex of the Montserrat National Trust is located on the main road in Olveston. Surrounded by well-established gardens, the Complex consists of a reception area and gift shop. A small reference library and videos on the history of Montserrat are available for use by students and the general public. The Complex also houses a Natural History Centre which displays interesting exhibit about the island's history and heritage, biodiversity and marine life.
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3 May 2012
“In my opinion a must place to visit”
28 Feb 2012
“Small, not enough displays”
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| Olveston, Montserrat
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+1 664-491-3086
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Reviewed 3 May 2012

Went here each day for a week while my husband was working..The gardens are gorgeous loads of ghekos to be seen.The National trust shop is very good and sells lots of lovely souvenirs including little fridge magnets made in cloth of litttle dollies so sweet.Next...More

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Reviewed 28 February 2012

I really really wanted to see loads of pictures or exhibits about the island. It has an amazing history from hurricane Hugo to the Volcano eruptions. I was disappointed but I did hear that they may have been in the process of moving some of...More

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