Bahama Islands Museums and History - Travel Guide Online
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New Providence
Bahamas Historical Society Museum
A non-profit cultural and educational organisation dedicated to stimulating interest in Bahamian History and to the collection and preservation of material relating to that history.

New Providence
Department of Archives
Archives accepts on permanent deposit records of enduring value which have been created in the course of the conduct of affairs of any kind, public or private.

New Providence
Pirates of Nassau
This reconstruction of a port with a replica pirate ship takes a step back to the time when Nassau was under the rule of piracy. The instructive walk-through is interesting for children and adults.

New Providence
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas
It is committed to engaging the history of Bahamian Art and Visual culture and supporting contemporary movements and experimental contemporary art practice through exhibitions, an extensive public program schedule.

New Providence
The Government House - Nassau - Former Governor Residence
The original Government House (1801) suffered damages in 1929 leaving only the choice to tear it down. 1932 brought the building of a new Government House, a white and pink building which stands as testament to British influence in Nassau, Bahamas.

Paradise Island
The Pompey Museum of Slavery and Emancipation in Nassau
This very interesting museum is located on Bay Street. It is a short walk from the harbor and water taxis. It is a permanent exhibit which illustrates the history of slavery, abolition and emancipation in the Bahamas.

Paradise Island
The Bahamas Historical Society
The museum is located on the corner of Shirley Street and Elizabeth Avenue. The collection includes historical, anthropological and archaeological artifacts and spans more than 500 years of Bahamian history.

Paradise Island
Ardastra zoo
Ardastra zoo dedicates much of its time, expertise and resources not only promoting conservation, but also actively working with programs to ensure the survival of many endangered species.

Grand Bahama
Bahamas National Trust
The West Indian Flamingo and other endangered species have been rescued from extinction. Hundreds of thousands of acres of valuable wetlands, forests, marine environments, and tropical ecosystems have been protected.

Great Abaco
Wyannie Malone Historical Museum
In 1991 The Wyannie Malone Historical Society was declared as "a not for profit society" under the Bahamas Company Act of 1990. That same year, after a successful submission, the Museum received the "American Express Preservation Award for 1991".

Haynes Library
We are proud to offer a variety of programs and events throughout the year for the many children and adults who use our facility. We are a privately managed, non-profit organization with a public mission.

South Eleuthera Mission
This former 19th century Methodist Mission is now a museum and library dedicated to enriching the lives of the people in the community.

Grand Bahama
Mount Gilead (Union) Baptist Church
It is a member of the Conference of the Bahamas Baptist Union of Churches, a local Christian entity established over 100 years ago, for the purpose of Christian fellowship and mission work.

Abacos Out Islands
Elbow Cay - Hope Town
Wyannie Malone Museum
The new Wyannie Malone Historical Museum is created for your enjoyment, for the preservation of our past on Elbow Cay in the Bahamas and the education of our young people. The Wyannie Malone House, is modeled after one of Hope Town's oldest houses.

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