The Harry L. Johnson Museum is located in a 19th-century sea captain’s cottage at the end of Park Lane in the historic district of Windwardside. The museum is situated in a lush landscaped park which includes a children’s play area, a gazebo, and a variety of tropical vegetation. Exhibits include collections from the 19th and early 20th-century as well as artifacts from the Amerindian archaeological sites around the island. It also serves as a resource center for published documents on Saba.
Reservations and bookings for events at the Museum grounds can also be made with the Museum guide.