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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.


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


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