If you are interested in the colonization of Nevis and Alexander Hamilton, you will enjoy the detailed research and written materials in this exhibit. Not really a lot about Hamilton's birth, really - more about his life and times. The Nevisian slave history was fascinating, again if you have historical interests. The fee was $5 per person and it is a small exhibit - perhaps a 20' room. Worth it if you want to understand who the man was behind the portrait on the US $10 bill. Have you ever noticed Hamilton is the only one looking to his right? All the other portraits on US bills are looking to the left.
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