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We called into this little museum but found even the main entrance with the free exhibition space held so much information about the damage to the Island that we ran out of time to do the actual museum itself especially as we spent so long...More
The Roseau or Dominica Museum is a little museum that is very easy to find. It is located right across the street from the cruise ship port on the second floor of the information centre. The museum is just a few bucks admission and is...More
Was the only person there, and the caretaker really knew nothing. Tried to engage him in conversation but i think he was literally there to open the door. The place is in need of some major renovation. The displays look terrible, and the place is...More
In successive exhibits, this museum documents the history of Dominica, including the native Kalinago culture, the occupations of the island by the British and French, the slave trade, and the modern Caribbean. It is right in the center of town and the exhibits are fascinating.
Only a 3$(USD) cover and one is lead upstairs to the national museum. I dont know if the fee was a discount as I visited on November 3rd, which was their independence day.
There's several rooms that are made up in "period" pieces (1800's early...More
The museum is small but very informative. The building and surrounding itself holds historical significance. Entry fee is just US$3. If you enjoy learning the history of the places you visit, you won't regret a visit to the museum.
Our 8 and 11 year old children enjoyed the museum. We love Dominica and appreciated learning more about it's history. While you could burn through it quickly, it took us about an hour to review each display. Cost was $3 US per person. Very close...More
Many people bypass this unimposing museum and miss what is perhaps one of the most authentic experiences in the Caribbean. Even my husband and I (intrepid explorers) nearly didn't go in after walking up the chipped cement steps to the 2nd story where this tiny...More