The Southern Out Islands Sights

The Long Island Museum and Library

  • Queen's Hwy. Map It
  • House/Mansion/Villa

Fodor's Review

The Long Island Museum and Library is housed in a beautiful little pink cottage with native trees in front. Patty will share the history of Long Island and show you artifacts collected by local Long Islanders in hopes of preserving their cultural heritage. It's a fascinating collection and exhibit, professionally designed by the Bahamas, Antiquities, Monuments and Museum Corporation. Native wares, homemade jellies, and other island goods are for sale, in addition to books on Long Island and a popular Bahamian calendar painted in watercolors by local artist Nick Maillis.

Sight Information

Address:

Buckley's, near Scotia Bank, Queen's Hwy., , Long Island, Bahamas

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Phone:

242-337–0500

Sight Details:

  • Adults: $3, kids 6–12 yrs: 50 cents; kids under 6: free
  • Weekdays 8–4, Sat. 9–1
  • Closed Sun.

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