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Originally built by Robert Louis Stevenson, the home had subsequently served as the official home for the head of numerous administrations in Samoa before being restored to reflect the glory, and grandeur of past eras.
The museum contains representations of what is known to be the original furnishings, and its rooms recreated to reflect those in old original photographs.
There are numerous rooms to see throughout this estate, one of the popular rooms being the Library where most of the books on the shelves today, are the same titles R.L.S listed as his personal reading and reference material. The library houses over 400 volumes of first and subsequent editions of Stevensons work, including the display of three rare first editions - Treasure Island, Kidnapped and the Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Enjoy the stunning views from the spacious verandas which enhance the beauty of the exterior of this 100 year old home, then as you come to the end of your tour, have a look through the museums gift shop which is stocked with many souvenir items, including copies of Robert Louis Stevensons famous novels.