Nice to see, and take pics. There's a small entrance fee to view the exhibits on the first floor. Lots of history.
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Museum on the bottom floor with posters you can read about Hamiltons life. The settlers of the original Jamestown, VI came to Nevis first and established Jamestown in Nevis. Spend 10 mins to read the two metal plagues on the wall not facing the ocean;...More
We were the only two visitors and it was very hot inside. I thought I would faint a few times, but soon discovered a/c leaking out of the door that the workers kept going in and out of. Good history of the island and Alexander...More
This is the same place as "The birthplace of Alexander Hamilton" and inside is a little of both. As I put in my other review, there isn't much too this, but it is interesting if you are a fan of Hamilton.
Agree with oreviois reviewer this is the same as Hamilton house. There is information on Hamilton, and the history of Nevis amd slavery. Worth a visit, but mainly reading the history from printed sheets on the walls. Worth a visit though as the history needs...More
This is the same as Hamilton's house but they do provide a history of the island matched with a timeline of other events around the world. Learnt quite a bit - especially if you have already been on an island tour to put placed in...More
This would be a good place to start your visit of Nevis. They highlight all the cool, historical things to do. It's right next door to the Alexander Hamilton House.
We visited on a tour of the island. The main building is not available to tour but there are several other buildings on the property that are accessible. There were no staff on premises but our island tour guide was very knowledgeable. There is a...More
Disappointing as we were trying to find out information on old plantations on Nevis and the staff didn't really help much.
This museum is situated in the building that was birthplace of Alexander Hamilton. I believed that I would be touring a restored 18th century home, so I was disappointed to find one room of local artifacts and no home tour. That being said, the disparate...More