Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, Vailima

History

Tusitala resided in Western Samoa the last five years of his life, built his home there at Vailima, above Apia, and is buried on top of Mount Vaea, a short distance directly above the house.

On 5 December 1994, one hundred years after the death and burial of RLS., The Robert Louis Stevenson Museum/Preservation Foundation dedicated the completely restored building of Vailima and opened it to the public as the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum.

RLS Collection

Donors of RLS-related materials and historical artifacts are actively solicited. RLS titles, especially rare and first editions are being collected currently.

RLS Museum Samoa

Contact

In Samoa:

GENERAL MANAGER; Mrs. Afamatautia Toelupe Talapusi, Samoa R.L.S. Museum at Vailima, P.O. Box 850, Apia, Western Samoa
Tel: 682 20798 | Fax: 685 25428.
Email: villavailima@gmail.com
Website: www.rlsmuseum.org

In USA:

Jim Winegar, P.O. Box 842, Provo, UT 84604, USA
Tel: (+001)801-225-1929 | Fax +(001)801-225-5046.

Images courtesy of the Samoa Robert Louis Stevenson Museum at Vailima