Sir Alexander Bustamante Museum
Lonely Planet review for Sir Alexander Bustamante Museum
The tiny hamlet of Blenheim, 6km inland of Davis Cove, is important as the birthplace of national hero Alexander Bustamante, the island’s first prime minister. ‘Busta’ is honored with a memorial ceremony each August 6. The rustic three-room wooden shack where Bustamante was born has been reconstructed as the Sir Alexander Bustamante Museum. It includes memorabilia telling of the hero’s life. It has public toilets and a picnic area to the rear.