We like learning about the places we visit - especially historically. This museum in a home from the first decade of the 1700s provided a great view of what the wharf looked like during the 400 years when fish were the primary export. The organization, numbers, and lives of those involved were all fascinating. The museum has a lot of written material on the walls, so it will be difficult to visit if busy. (We came really early on our rainy day so crowds didn't catch up till later.) They also have a shuttle bus to their 'other' building (also quite interesting) and to a fish museum (affiliated) which is included in the price of the ticket. Lots of reading, but worth a couple hours when it rains.
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