Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson lived from 1758 to 1805, and although he was born in Anguilla, was stationed on the island of Nevis with the British Royal Navy long enough to fall in love with prominent local Fanny Nisbet. Now, tourists can learn about the life of the admiral via a collection of his personal belongings at the Horatio Nelson Museum.
Housing the largest collection of Horatio Nelson memorabelia in the western hemisphere, the Horatio Nelson Museum has exhibits that feature furniture from the Admiral's flag ship, paintings of him and his family, and personal letters.
Guests who happen upon the Nelson Museum will notice that it looks like a typical island house, with white paint, blue trim and brown shutters. A staircase with a blue railing leads to the front door.
You may enjoy staying in Charlestown if you plan on visiting Horatio Nelson Museum, since those visiting this part of St. Kitts will have easy museum access for the duration of their trip. With just a few accommodations around the region around the museum, a small amount of foot movement might be bargained for.
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There are a couple of convenient outdoor activities to partake in during the times when you and your group are not touring Horatio Nelson Museum. Visitors interested in trying out their aptitude on the green, will want to do so at the nearest golfing option, which is Four Season Golf Course. If you don't take a whole lot of pride in your golf game, think about checking out Pinney's Beach, the most convenient beach to visit. Although you might find your options limited, a couple other equally enjoyable outdoor activities exist in the area. Museum guests will find additional indoor places to visit in this general vicinity. For those not wanting to have to travel a great distance, there are another pair of interesting places nearby to visit--Bath Hotel Historic and Museum of Nevis History.
Stop into the Nelcon Museum between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, or from 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturday. This spot is closed on Sunday.
Guests may access the Horatio Nelson Museum for $5(USD) per person.
Phone Number: (869) 469-0408
Location: Bath Road, Charlestown, Nevis
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