The Museum is home to an extensive research library that is open to the public. The archaeological collections include tens of thousands of artifacts from Antigua’s historical and archaeological sites, as well as comparative collections from throughout the Caribbean region. The library’s collections largely focus on the Antiguan historical period. They include of books, monographs (some unpublished), maps, and hundreds of photographs. Our librarian is available to help you find what you are looking for.
This extensive annotated bibliography is the only comprehensive reference book available for locating published information on Antigua and Barbuda. It includes annotations and evaluative information for each entry. It is organized by subject areas, such as geography, geology, flora and fauna, archaeology, history, etc. It is up to date as of 1995:
Many older works, including Vere Langford Oliver’s History of the island of Antigua, Mrs. Lanaghan’s Antigua and the Antiguans, and some of the travelers’ accounts from the 1830s, are now available digitally.