This little historical center highlights shows from all times of Palauan life, including craftsmanships, photography, mold, storyboards and that's only the tip of the iceberg.
As you move between floors it is captivating to follow the historical backdrop of frontier occupation on the island. The exhibition hall grounds additionally contain a striking wood-and-cover bai men's gathering house, cut and painted with delineations of Palauan legends.
Although the bai is a diversion of a more seasoned one that torched in 1979, it's worked in the customary way, built of harsh boards with scored jointing and set over the ground on stone stacks.
The historical center additionally houses a brilliant blessing shop.