exhibits provide a compelling view into the past, present
and future of the region’s people and the institutions
connecting them. It is a display that shows the coming
of age, the courage and survivability in the forging of
an OECS identity.
The second hall highlights the uniqueness of the individual
islands with 5 x 2 feet scrolls that orient visitors
to local fauna, flora, and political, historical and
economic information while documenting the local history
and cultures of the people and countries.
The third hall reflects the elements that link these
islands together…a common currency, central bank,
institutional arrangements and agreements. The displays
depict the journey towards a currency union.