The Museum of Nevis History features a variety of exhibits spanning the history of Nevis and present of Nevis. From environmental studies, Nevis history, and even some international history including a entire section dedicated to Alexander Hamilton.
There are several main areas of the museum that all offer different aspects of history and learning. One floor, dedicated to Horatio Nelson, shows the history of Nelson, his career in the English Navy, and the role he played in securing England's hold in Europe and the Caribbean. Another room is dedicated completely to the environment and the Nevis ecosystem. Of course, the main focus of the museum revolves around Nevis history in general.
Consider staying in Charlestown if you plan on visiting Museum of Nevis History, as travelers to this region of St. Kitts will have the benefit of easy access to this museum throughout their trip. There isn't much congestion in the area near the museum, particularly since there is such a modest selection of lodgings nearby.
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Folks coming to Museum of Nevis History will have access to at least a couple recreational opportunities like playing a few holes of golf and heading to the beach within traveling distance. Museum visitors looking to follow-up with a few holes of golf should look into the nearest course, Four Season Golf Course. If golfing isn't your thing, think about heading over to Pinney's Beach, which is the closest beach to Museum of Nevis History. Although you won't find an extensive selection nearby, a few additional comparable outdoor activities to choose from nearby. You will also find a variety of other interesting places to get away from the sun in this general vicinity. For those not wanting to have to travel a great distance, there are two additional alluring attractions close by--Bath Hotel Historic and Horatio Nelson Museum.
The museum is open from 9:00am until 4:00pm Monday through Friday, as well as 9:00am until noon on Saturday.
The cost of admission is $5(USD) for adults and $2(USD) for children.
Phone Number: (869) 469-0408
Location: Charlestown, Nevis
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