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This is a one room house, which is absolutely covered with information about Hamilton's live. In honesty, I hate having to read my way through a museum, so I probably read less than 1/4 of the information available. What I read was interesting, but it...More
Did you know that the great Amearican Father whose image is found on the US$10 bill was born in Nevis? A visit to his birth place is a must to connect this great man to his roots in Nevis. Walk the grounds and tour the...More
This was worth a visit while in Charlestown. Entrance fee was inexpensive. It was a little hot inside but you’re in the Caribbean. This place is full of history of the island and the house. I loved walking through Hamilton’s home. He was not only...More
Born in obscurity in Nevis, a founding father of the US, a ferocious opponent of slavery 70 years before the Civil War. Died in a duel. A fascinating museum of his life and times and a snapshot of life in Nevis in the 18th century....More
This museum is just one room, but it is packed with displays and information on Hamilton, from birth to death. There were some pictures, and some artifacts from digs. I found it worth the stop for it’s historical value.
The museum is easy to get to from the port walking north along the waterfront. It is located in a smallish stone building and provides some insight into this increaseingly popular individual. While the displays were somewhat limited, it is certainly worth a quick visit...More