This museum celebrates Belize's love affair with rum and its oldest distillery, Traveller's. Although it's small, the museum is fascinating, with displays of old rum bottles and distillery equipment and the history of rum making in Belize. You can also look through a window and see rum and other potables being made and bottled at the little factory behind the museum. Best of all, you can get samples of the various rums made by Traveller's, including its best-selling One
Barrel, along with samples of more exotic drinks such as cashew wine, Rumpope (rum with eggnog), Anise & Peppermint (called A&P, it may remind you of cough syrup and is usually mixed with milk), and Craboo Liquor. The rum museum is often visited by groups from cruise ships—call ahead to schedule a visit around cruise tours.