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The Salt House

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The doorways of this old salt warehouse incorporate stones from the ruined town of Port Royal in Jamaica. It was used as a warehouse for the salt industry during its early days. Today it is owned by Morton Bahamas Limited, the largest salt manufacturer in The Bahamas. 

Hours Open: Sunrise to Sunset

Time Period Represented: (circa 18th-19th century)

Seasons Open: Year Round

Visitor Fees: None

Accessibility Notes

Persons with mobility impairments or in wheelchairs should be careful moving around on the loose sand.

 Pet Friendly Notes

Leashed pets are allowed, but must be controlled.

For More Information, Contact:

Wendall (Avvy) Mortimer
Gregory Street, Matthew Town, IN
321-917-2884

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Latitude: 21.065607000
Longitude: -73.323708000
Elevation: 13 FT (4 M)
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