At Alele Museum and Public Library, gain insight into the culture of the people who have lived on the Marshall Islands through history. This small museum displays personal items, tools, musical instruments, and more. Learn about the local art of weaving, admire the bravery of Pacific exploration, and revisit the history of U.S. missile testing on the atoll nation. Visitors also have access to the library upstairs, where you can browse history books to learn more. Take a look at our Majuro vacation planner to schedule your visit to Alele Museum and Public Library and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
Alele Museum and Public Library reviews
Lovely small museum So much pain of the nuclear testing No forgiveness for those people Used this people like guinea pigs more »
Carol, the museum manager, guided me through the exhibits and I learned so much about the history of the Marshallese people, especially how they thrived on a tiny coral atoll. I asked so many... more »
The north and south sides are situated atop a bank, and the facade faces the waters. Be sure to see the prodigious palisade.
Very small but some interesting info on the history of the islands and their people, the nuclear testing period and how the original pioneers navigated using the stars.
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