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Albert Lowe Museum

Parliament St, Green Turtle Cay
365-4094
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Small but lots of history

If this is your first trip to GTC, this should not be missed. Lots of local info and history you... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2016
AiredaleJack
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Newark, Ohio
Very Nice Museum

Nicely done inside and outside in the garden with all the statues! Makes you try to remember this... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2016
Islandprincess28
,
Palm Beach, Florida
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Museum displaying photos from the periods of economic hardship on the island, as well as antique artifacts, model ships and contemporary artwork.
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  • Very good17%
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“paintings” (3 reviews)
“exhibits” (3 reviews)
“plymouth” (3 reviews)
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Parliament St, Green Turtle Cay
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365-4094
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Reviewed 2 November 2016

If this is your first trip to GTC, this should not be missed. Lots of local info and history you will probably not fine any place else.

Thank AiredaleJack
Reviewed 16 August 2016

Nicely done inside and outside in the garden with all the statues! Makes you try to remember this all started with the loyalists around 1786.....cool place!

Thank Islandprincess28
Reviewed 15 July 2016

The artwork is quite interesting. The detail is so mesmerizing. Looks so real, you can't help but want to touch it.

Thank Kym561
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

You can spend a little or a lot of time here. Bring reading glasses if you're debating whether or not to do so...there's lots to learn.

Thank DTR35
Reviewed 27 May 2016 via mobile

We loved walking around the museum and reading up about the history of the island. A great place to go to and well worth a visit!!

Thank SarahLH31
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Stories and artifacts, photos, etc. of GTC from its earliest days. Lots of family history too. Hard to believe they moved one house 2 or 3 times before it settled where it is now. Pick up some original local art while you are there.

Thank AiredaleJack
Reviewed 12 March 2016

If you are interested in the history of GTC, this is the place to go. Old photos, painting and ship models help tell the story. The kitchen out in the garden is a must see.

Thank 741chicago
Reviewed 8 January 2016

You can learn a lot in this little museum about the history, art and maritime culture of GTC. The curators are very helpful and knowledgeable and will answer all your questions about the exhibits and the museum itself which is housed in an interesting Victorian...More

3  Thank jamusaba
Reviewed 13 November 2015

This museum is a fascinating glimpse into the past of New Plymouth located on Green Turtle Cay in the outer Abacos. This community, pioneered by Loyalists in the late 1700's who fled the American colonies after the Revolutionary War, features quaint New England style housing,...More

Thank BillBergia
Reviewed 29 September 2015

I was amazed by all the history contained! English royalty have visited GTC! Albert Lowe was hired by royalty to make portraits. Genevieve, painted as a young girl, is one of my favorites and she is now a mature woman, recently employed at Dave's cafe/liquor...More

Thank Sandra L
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