Cinnamon Bay Archeology Museum & Lab

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Cinnamon Bay Archeology Museum & Lab

Cinnamon Bay Archeology Museum & Lab
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bluegreen1234
Arlington, VA16 bidrag
jul. 2019
This structure on Cinnamon Bay was destroyed by 2017 Hurricane Irma, followed by Maria two weeks later. Fortunately, the renowned long time USVI Archaeologist Ken Wild had prepared for this kind of an event and nearly all artifacts were removed to a safe place prior to the hurricane hitting.
During the late summer 2019, I saw Ken near the previous site of his lab and museum. I asked him about the future of the Lab-Museum and about future opportunities to volunteer for him. He shared he was working on possible location options to display the fascinating artifacts again. He hoped to back up to full speed in a year or so.
Ken's work is amazing and you can find some of his published papers with a google search.
Skrevet 16. februar 2020
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.

turfterror
Clarkston, MI113 bidrag
mar. 2017 • Alene
Small museum virtually on the beach. Mostly artifacts found around the island and bays. A must see at cinnamon beach
Skrevet 31. august 2017
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.

bluegreen1234
Arlington, VA16 bidrag
jun. 2017 • Par
This one room educational center and archaeological lab is right on the beach at Cinnamon Bay. It's located on the main path to Cinnamon Bay beach, right on the waters edge. Housed in the Great House, probably the longest continually occupied building in the USVI, you'll see incredible artifacts on display. If you're lucky, you might catch Ken Wild, Cultural Program Manager, or one of his archaeology interns on site. Sometimes they're actually working on recently discovered artifacts right in front of you! Any of them is happy to discuss the human history and artifacts on display from 400 BC up through colonial plantation and more recent times. Ken's team is doing current digs on the island now and there are newly added artifacts all the time. Kids, adults, and families will enjoy even a brief visit to this fascinating collection and chat directly with those who are making the finds.
With even a brief visit to this place, you'll create a special St. John memory that adds context to this beautiful island.
Skrevet 26. juni 2017
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.
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