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Housed in a historic Coast Guard station, the museum exhibits highlight the local area. The whale bones outside are impressive. I loved being able to see the lighthouse lens from Destruction Island without having to climb to the top of a lighthouse. The docent turned...More
Kinda small and not too much to see. Could have so much more here because there's lots of unused space. Not very kid friendly. Guy at the front counter wasn't very nice or welcoming and told us our fee included free admission to the light...More
Impressive museum run solely by volunteers. We had 5 children in our group of 9 adults, older kids (9-13) enjoyed it as did the adults. Worth the stop for sure. Hours are a little sketchy since it's volunteer run so calling ahead would be an...More
Its only $5 for adult's. Not sure about price for children. So this place has 2 story's 3 room downstairs and 2 upstairs. Each room is filled with displays with vast information about the Coast Guard. There is also 2 out buildings. One has marine...More
This old Coast Guard Station houses some interesting pieces, the beautiful glass floats are incredible but the real gem in this place is the Fresnel Lens. Beautiful story for the asking. So go ahead and ask.
Although a small collection. I found the museum to be very informative and fun to visit. Lots of interesting artifacts to see and my favorite was a huge light House lens . I felt like Nicholas Cage in National Treasure when he found the hidden...More