The Hamilton House Museum is one room filled with a few relics from Nevis' history and some poster board describing Alexander Hamilton's life. Photography is prohibited inside, so I can't even show you how lame the displays are.
It is located on grounds right next to where the American patriot was born and lived until the age of nine. A restaurant sits on the actual site where Hamilton was born.
There is nothing from Hamilton's life in the museum. Not even a decent description of his life as a child.
Its really just a way to collect American tourist dollars. In fact admission for Americans is $5.00 and for locals admission is about $0.37 (1 ec).
Save your money.
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