Rather small museum, but gives nice impression of 18.century - 1950s living in the island. Also some Swedish heritage, which I interesting as also our nation was ruled by Swedes some time of that period.
This is a smal museum with mainly displays of old photographs of the island. There are also historic documents as well as a collection of watercolours by local artists, are aim so to cool off in the A/C but we did enjoy the visit. Small entrance fee.
First off, this is also known as the Wall House Museum. It's not the best museum that you will see, but it's nice. It has a standard exhibit that talks a bit about the building itself, which went through an impressive renovation about 20 years ago, as well as the history of the island. There is often a rotating exhibit...
This small museum is called the wall museum, the musee territorial, the history museum, and on the sign Bibliotheque Historique.
They told us that there was no admission fee, just a suggested donation of 2.50 euros per person.
We walked around and looked at pictures of the sailing industry, ships, the port, and the salt industry. The best part was...