We gathered it was some sort of a painting depicting the history of Norfolk Island, but that was it. What a surprise we received. It is a painting, in acrylic paint, approximately 4 meters tall and covering almost 360 degrees with stunning images depicting various stages in the history of Norfolk Island. The images are so realistic, it's as if...
Worth the admission price. History of the Bounty and its descendants portrayed by very detailed 360 degree painted panorama , created by local artists. Well presented and informative. Good location for nearby coffee at Hilli's and a stroll through Queen Victoria Gardens.
Thinking that this would be just another over-rated mural, it was a complete shock to be transported in time to when the Bounty left Portsmouth and then through the various key events of the Pitcan Islander history. It is not just the incredibly well painted images (and I'm an artist), it was the path on which you stood and the...
Beautifully painted by local artists, well presented and full of information on the story from the mutiny through to the families arriving on Norfolk. Well worth the visit as well as to the adjoining gallery
This attraction depicts the history of the Pitcairn Islanders from the Bounty Mutiny to their relocation on Norfolk Island. It was created by local artists and is extremely detailed. Walking through the cyclorama is almost like being a part of the action. Really well done and worth a visit.