On the northeast coast, the diminutive Musée de la Banane is as fun a museum as you'll find anywhere. Set in an old stone banana-packing house, it tells the story of this major Caribbean cash crop. You'll learn about the many different varieties and how bananas are grown and consumed, and you can tour the grounds to see trees laden with the fruit. Brightly painted Creole cottages house a small gift shop and a restaurant where you can sample cocktails and dishes made with the world's most popular fruit (banana ketchup, anyone?).