As it is only open at weekends you must time your visit well. However, it is a fascinating living and breathing museum set in a delightful location set over the harbour on Douglas Head.. The pride that the volunteers have in this restored attraction is clearly evident. The displays within are memorising and the clarity of the images is very good. I was glad I visited. There is a small charge to go in but I believe it was worth it.
These types of attractions are very rare now and it is fantastic that this one has been restored to a very high standard. I was pleased to make a donation in addition to the small admission charge.
Just be advised that a note on the brochure states that poor weather conditions may mean it may not open.
There is no public transport to it although it can be reached be car. If on foot then be prepared for some quite steep gradients and steep stairs/steps.
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