2. The Falkland Islands Museum and National Trust
The Falkland Island Museum is located in the Britannia House, a building used by the Argentinean Air Force during the 1982 conflict between Argentina and Great Britain. Offering a fascinating history of the region’s maritime and military history, there are also two satellite museums to peruse as well. The Blue Beach Museum focuses on the 1982 war with Argentina, and is located where the British Task Force came ashore. The North Arm Museum focuses on the history of the local people and on farming.