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Grenada National Museum

Young Sreet, St. George's, Grenada
+1 473-440-3725
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Include in a walk around St Georges

Three rooms plus a project room upstairs (donations requested in addition to downstairs entrance... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
London, United Kingdom
Not Sure the Visit Was Worthwhile

The museum was just down the street from the House of Chocolate and the entrance fee was about $2... read more

Reviewed June 25, 2017
Ottawa, Ontario
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Small history museum with galleries on Grenada's Kalinago inhabitants; European influence from the 15th century; and modern history such as, the sinking of Italian cruise ship 'The Bianca C' in 1961, Grenada independence in 1974 and the 1979 Revolution. Displays include collections of Amerindian pottery, canons, from the British/French battles for the island, coppers used during the slave era to process sugarcane, and a mix of objects reflecting the colonial period of the 17th and 18th century.
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Young Sreet, St. George's, Grenada
+1 473-440-3725
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Three rooms plus a project room upstairs (donations requested in addition to downstairs entrance fee). Interesting enough but not a lot of learning happened. Nice historical setting.

Thank Andy_E_PADI
Reviewed June 25, 2017

The museum was just down the street from the House of Chocolate and the entrance fee was about $2 US a person – a small price to pay to learn about the history of Grenada. Unfortunately, they suffered major losses during the last hurricane and...More

Thank Barfly60
Reviewed April 22, 2017

Nice to read/see/learn about Grenada and its history. Cheap price to enter and goes towards helping to keep the museum going.. good to pop in if you have some spare time in St George but your trip wont be spoilt without visiting.

Thank Moggy12345
Reviewed April 20, 2017

This was a lovely place to visit and did the best with what they had its such a shame that lots of their artifacts were destroed during the hurricane

Thank NW001
Reviewed April 16, 2017

Housed in a building with an eventful past in the center of St.George is the museum, which nobody should miss, who is interested in the history and culture of Grenada. There is a lot of historical and cultural information given here, mainly through quite detailed...More

1  Thank saronic
Reviewed April 6, 2017

The trustees and volunteers have put a huge amount of energy and resources into upgrading the museum. Thoughtfully organised collections of exhibits are well presented in properly themed groups. It is worth an hour to learn about the succession of Arawaks, Caribs and latterly the...More

2  Thank Steve M
Reviewed March 27, 2017

An intimate museum with a great catalogue of history of the beautiful Spice Isle. It journeys through the Caribs to The Invasion of Grenada. Even the building itself has history. The museum is in s good location however there is a small fee to pay...More

Thank LDN_WI
Reviewed March 23, 2017

Information-dense exhibits populate this museum in an old brick structure built on the foundations of historic Fort George. Everything from the indigenous Amer-Indians through colonialism/slavery to the more modern industrialization period. Interesting old rum-making and fishing/whaling tools. Don't miss the upstairs, which has some eye-opening...More

Thank charlesthebarles
Reviewed March 20, 2017

We went for a walk and found this museum by luck not judgement. This was a charge but not sure what it was but it was not much. There appears to be just the big space on the ground floor which we found interesting enough...More

Thank holiday-view23-7-11
Reviewed March 14, 2017

Lots of things to see from early Amerindian artefacts to empress Josephine's bathtub! Learn about whaling, rum making and more. Books by local authors and local artwork on sale.

Thank artstung
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