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A look into the rich history of the Caribbean: museum featuring fragments of a wrecked Spanish sailing ship from the early 1500s. Learn about the history of the Turks & Caicos Islands including the Salt Industry, John Glenn splash down, Lucayan...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Front Street, Guinep House | P.O.Box 188, Grand Turk Turks and Caicos, Grand Turk
All reviews ship wreck gift shop worth a visit western hemisphere interesting displays front street including items john glenn cockburn town island history entrance fee nice stop visiting grand turk information pinta molasses salt
Will open soon hopefully. It houses a lot of ship wrecks some of them from the 15th and 16th centuries. Unfortunately now it’s not open to the public because it was severely damaged by a recent hurricane.
On Thanksgiving 2018 i travels to Turks & Caicos with FATHOM sailing on the Royal Princess Cruise. We are a group that does volunteer Social Impact excursions in ports connecting travelers, tourists and communities.
During this stop at Grand Turk my group of 50+ members...More
Learn about the Grand Turks history and see various relics found in the waters around the island. Be sure to check out the replica space capsule like splashed down near the island (the real one was taken back to NASA). I think admission was $5.
This family friendly museum provides a great way to spend an hour or two in Grand Turk. Directly across from a beautiful beach and within walking distance of several small shops and restaurants. It is small, but worth every minute. Guides are really knowledgeable about...More
Located right across from the beach in Cockburn, this small museum has a nice collection of artifacts relaying the history of the island. The docent was an especially nice touch providing background on the exhibits and answering our questions. Worth the trip!
This was our second trip to this museum. We were worried the hurricane might have destroyed the contents. Very small but we'll worth the $5 admission. Weapons from knives to cannons taken from a local wreck. The wreck was Spanish and dates to around the...More
The Turks and Caicos National Museum is a "must-see" during a visit to Grand Turk! The exhibits are very informative - the people working there are very knowledgeable! What a great lesson in history, and so very interesting!
We went to the national museum not expecting too much since it was so small. We were pleasantly surprised by the wonderful exhibits. We spent over an hour learning the history of salt production on Grand Turk. They had a very interesting display outlining the...More
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The museum is approximately three and a half miles from the cruise port. Yes, some people opt to walk. A taxi cost US $5.00 per person. The museum is in the historic Cockburn Town, it is beautiful quaint town steeped in... More
The museum is approximately three and a half miles from the cruise port. Yes, some people opt to walk. A taxi cost US $5.00 per person. The museum is in the historic Cockburn Town, it is beautiful quaint town steeped in history. Yes, there are buses and trolleys that can take you to there from the dock.