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From 1920 to 1951, this was the home of one of Tahiti's famous resident authors, James Norman Hall, the co-author of Mutiny on the Bounty, Pitcairn's Island and other tales of adventure in the South Pacific.
We found the James Norman Hall museum very interesting, and well worth visiting. We even got to hold a real Oscar statuette, won by Hall many years ago. The museum is not only a tribute to Hall, but is part of the history of the...More
We visited the James Hall House after our Paul Gauguin cruise. We had visited once before, just a few years ago after the Wind Spirit cruise. I recognized our guide right away, a charming lady who seemed startled when I asked her if her name...More
Don't overlook this Gem!! The Hall family has dine a remarkable job sharing the history of the area and preserving the history of this beautiful piece of paradise. I plan to return with new visitors and I guarantee we will visit this beauty! XOXO!
This is a definite 'must stop' if you have a few days on the main island of Tahiti and are interested in literature and history. James Norman Hall was a fascinating man who loved Tahiti and French Polynesia. He was also a war veteran who...More
We stopped here as a part of another tour we were on and I'm so glad we did. The museum is small but full of information. Our guide was great! she had explained so much to us. We knew nothing about JNH and The Mutiny...More
We visited this small museum and we were so impressed with the exhibit. For anyone who loved the book or movie of Mutiny on The Bounty this is a must see. It is where one of the authors of the book lived with his family....More