Faulkner House Museum

British Virgin Islands

No, this museum has nothing to do with the American Nobel laureate. It's dedicated to Theodolph Faulkner, a political activist who led the charge to establish a new legislative council in the BVI in 1950. Located in his tiny childhood home, the museum doesn't offer a lot to see. However, caretaker Iverson will entertain you with tales of the Virgin Islands of yore.

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