A museum, restaurant, and gift shop that centers on the island's salt industry through tours and offerings of products made with salt.
Exhibits here talk about the ships that were used to build the industry, a tour of the salt canals, and a visit to a working windmill replica. There is also a gift shop on site which sells souvenirs of locally produced products.
The Salt House is located on Grand Turk, so travelers to this region of Turks and Caicos will be excited to have easy museum access during their visit. With just a few accommodations in the area surrounding the museum, less foot movement should be predicted.
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There are a fairly sizable set of dining places to pick from in the locale near the museum. Secret Garden Restaurant, which offers Caribbean food, will be of particular interest to visitors looking for a convenient meal. Secret Garden Restaurant is maybe about a half mile away from this landmark, so stop by and try something off the menu. Also near The Salt House you'll come across eateries like and The Sand Bar where you and your group can not ask for your check without trying their specialty seafood.
You might want to give the museum a call before you visit for the exact hours of operation.
A tour of the museum of a free experience, but you may have trouble not purchasing something from the gift shop.
Phone Number: (649) 946-1747
Location: Church Folly, Grand Turk
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