Located in Bimini, Bahamas, the Bimini Historical Society started the museum to preserve the Caribbean island's history. There are pictures, stories, artifacts, and relics that commemorate those who contributed to the development of Bimini. The island museum is located on Kings Highway, Alice Town.
You can also view exciting memorabilia of Bimini's famous former resident, Ernest Hemingway. There is no charge to visit the museum.
The museum building is pink stucco with a wooden stairway and balcony. At the bottom of the building is an old rusted canon.
The island of Bimini is small and quaint with friendly residents. You can even find the spooky ship SS Sapona which is the origin of the Bermuda Triangle story. Read more about the SS Sapona here.
Two friendly and fun kids we found while exploring Bimini
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