Andros, Bimini, and the Berry Islands Sights

Bimini Museum

  • King's Hwy.
  • Alice Town

Published 09/28/2015

Fodor's Review

The Bimini Museum, sheltered in the restored (1921) two-story original post office and jail—a two-minute walk from the ferry dock, across from the native straw market—showcases varied artifacts, including Adam Clayton Powell's domino set, Prohibition photos, rum kegs, old cannonballs, Martin Luther King Jr.'s immigration card from 1964, and a fishing log and rare fishing films of Ernest Hemingway. The exhibit includes film shot on the island as early as 1922. The museum is privately managed.

Sight Information

Address:

King's Hwy., Alice Town, North Bimini, Bahamas

Phone:

242-347–3038; 242-473–1252-cell

Sight Details:

  • $2 donation requested
  • Daily 10–7

Published 09/28/2015

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