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MUSEUM OF ANTIGUA & BARBUDA


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Overview

The museum of Antigua & Barbuda gives you a story from the geological birth of Antigua to the political independence. It is the ideal places to visit and explore while you are in the capital St Johns. The opening hours are Monday to Thursday 8.30-4pm, Friday 8.30-3.pm, Saturday 10-2pm & closed on Sundays.

There are many exhibits available within the museum, so there is something for everyone. These exhibits are:

  • The Birth of Antigua
  • Geology of Antigua
  • Eco-system of Antigua
  • Fossils
  • Rocks
  • Ancient People and First People
  • Making of Tools
  • Archaeology Excavation
  • Adornments
  • Arawaks Menu (Food exhibit)
  • Plant Introductions
  • Fishing & Hunting Methods
  • Canoe
  • Seashells of Antigua & Barbuda
  • Craft Work
  • Pottery
  • Religion
  • Weapons & Warfare
  • Amerindian Names of the Islands
  • The Colonial Past
  • The Arrival of the Europeans
  • Colonisation
  • Triangle Trade
  • Slavery
  • Sugar Production
  • Plantation Balance Sheet
  • Shipwrecks
  • Military History
  • Slave Resistance
  • Sugar Plantation Model
  • Emancipation
  • Vivian Richards Bat / Ball / Shield
  • State of Antigua

More information about the museum can be found at their website: www.antiguamuseums.org


Location

The museum is located in the capital St John's along Long Street (number 2103).

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