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Visited this small museum in September 2018 while on a dive trip to Grand Cayman. I generally enjoy museums and appreciate the educational/cultural value they have. This was a nice little museum that started with a video about the history of the island. The exhibits...More
Learn how Grand Cayman differs from most other Caribbean islands (for example, no humans lived there until European colonization, and very few slaves were imported, ever). Interesting and professionally-constructed displays; great place to spend an hour or so.
This is a little gem, located on the harbour side of George Town, right where the cruise ships land, it is like the tardis inside, you won't believe how big it is, learn about the history of the Island - great value.
We woke up to rainy day and
decided to do some shopping. Walking around George town my wife and stopped into the National Museum and had look around. Gave us a history lesson of the island. Worth the visit!
We were headed to the Atlantis Submarine excursion. Checked in early and the kind person recommended the museum. We walked across the street paid 8/ pp and enjoyed learning the history of the Cayman Islands. This is a special place and so glad the museum...More
We were disappointed with the museum, the only part worth bothering with was the video room which gave a brief history of the islands although this wasn’t as informative as the visit to Pedro St. James which is across the island but worth a visit....More
We collect flags of countries we visit, and headed here for a Cayman flag. We were suprised that the museum gift shop had such a fabulous collection of very good quality of souvenirs - much better than the schlock shops in Georgetown. We came back...More
Response from CINationalMuseum | Property representative |
Hello. Thanks for the question. Unfortunately, we do not have joint tours between the National Gallery and the National Museum at this time. We do have information on the Maritime Heritage Trail at the National Museum for... More
Hello. Thanks for the question. Unfortunately, we do not have joint tours between the National Gallery and the National Museum at this time. We do have information on the Maritime Heritage Trail at the National Museum for purchase, though.
The National Gallery actually has a Maritime exhibit on at the moment if you would like to visit. For more information, you can visit their website, or call them at 345 945 8111.