Pigeon Island Museum & Interpretive Centre

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The Pigeon Island National Landmark is located on the northwestern part of the island and covers 16 hectares (40 acres). Pigeon Island was once an isolated island, but in 1972, a causeway was built to connect it to the mainland. It became a national park in 1979 and a national landmark in 1992. The museum and interpretive center are located inside a former British officers' building that has been restored to its original 1808 elegance. The museum covers the island's history through ancient artifacts, and objects as well as interactive audio and visual aids. Between it's informative displays and scenic backdrop, this museum is a must-visit.

Location:  Pigeon Island

Business hours:  Tu-Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.