If you like art, then make a point to visit the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands. It's on the interior road that runs parallel to Seven Mile Beach and it sits all by itself, so it's easy to miss. The Gallery was the highlight of our Grand Cayman Rum Point villa vacation for all three of the adults. The Gallery is FREE. The outdoor space held numerous interesting sculptures and a maze. The first floor showcased found-object sculptures that were so imaginative--some from hurricane devastation and others from natural beach-type things like fans with plastic bags interwoven to resemble feathers, or beakers of water with images. The second floor held mostly two dimensional artwork by local artists, including some primitive paintings by the pioneer of island art. Lovely small museum store. Bring a water bottle; there is NO water fountain. I found an office staff person and asked for directions to the water fountain. Instead, she filled a clear glass of water cooler water and gave it to me!
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