The owner of the Levera Museum of Arts says he will go out of business if government does not fix the road leading to his tourism business.
Artist Doliver Noel told this newspaper his tourism site now faces extinction because the poor condition of the road makes it unattractive for patrons.
The Levera Museum of Arts is located in the north of the island, and displays just about everything related to art, craft and historical pieces depicting various methods used by our ancestors.
Noel said that although he has a number of brilliant ideas for taking his business forward, he has encountered some challenges that he believes, once remedied, can do greater things for local tourism.
He pointed out however that one of his major concerns is the road, which leads to his museum.
He is appealing to the government to do something about the state of the road, pointing out that many persons decide not to visit the museum all because of the current state of the road.
Noel pointed out that when it rains the road is hardly passable, which poses a big problem for him and the residents in the area.
He stated that there are better road his business would do much better.
The entrepreneur stressed that getting some much needed assistance for a larger and more appealing site to house his creations and artifacts, would also result in more frequent tourist visits.
The Levera Museum of Arts displays portraits and paintings as well as vintage items that bring back the history of long ago. The exhibits include beds, three-legged pots, and coal pot irons, for which he gets excellent reviews from members of the public whenever they visit.