Exhibits at this two-story frame house explore the colorful history of the Biminis. Pirates, wreckers, bootleggers, and a ... More
Exhibits at this two-story frame house explore the colorful history of the Biminis. Pirates, wreckers, bootleggers, and a host of American celebrities have been temporary residents of Bimini throughout the years. Photographs and maritime artifacts chronicle the history of the island from the days of Prohibition in the United States in the 20s to Ernest Hemingway's fishing exploits in the 50s to the present. Other items of interest include rum kegs, Martin Luther King's immigration card from a visit in the 60s, Congressman Adam Clayton Powell's personal effects, and signed copies of the Bahamas Constitution.
Very interesting history lesson. Have been to Bimini a number of times, but this was the first time for the museum. I'm SORRY I didn't go much sooner. It's the kind of historty that makes you say "Wow, I sure didn't know that!". Many Very interesting people/characters. For a donation ($2.00), don't misss it!
Red Bays is the only settlement on the western coast of Andros. It is situated on one of the few
areas of land that could actually be used for a town. A combination of runaway slaves and Seminole Indians ...
Explore the dive sites off Bimini, including a world famous 2,000 foot underwater cliff. Blue holes, shipwrecks and other mysteries
of the deep await. This dive company is one of the most experienced and most highly regarded on the ...
If you are a diving or boating enthusiast, this is the place to be. This yellow inn with red trim
caters specifically to the sporting type. There is a dive shop on site and a small marina from which ...