Museum sights in Saba
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The museum is in a gardenlike setting surrounded by wildflowers, including black-eyed Susans, the official island flower. The collection is housed in a typical Saban home, whitewashed with green-shuttered windows, and the interior recreates the living quarters of a 19th-century Dutch sea captain.
Exhibits include a four-poster bed with period decor, a collection of pottery fragments and lots of memorabilia. A small resource center stocks articles on Saba and a collection of artifacts from the Amerindian archeological sites around the island. maritime documents, sextants and a compass.