Guided Tours - Up to 15 persons by appointment.
Free admission for children under 5 and fo local students and members.
Residents visit for free on the first Saturday of every month.
The Cayman Islands National Museum celebrated its 28th anniversary in November 2018. The museum is housed in the oldest surviving public building of the Cayman Islands, built in the 1830s.
The Museum holds two permanent exhibition galleries, three changing galleries (one for children) and an audiovisual theatre. With a mission to celebrate the unique natural and cultural history of the Islands, the Museum provides creative and educational exhibits and fun programming.
Natural History Gallery
Explore Cayman’s unique habitats, take a submarine dive down to Cayman's famous wall, view a turtle nesting site, see the wetlands and learn about Cayman’s animal life.
Cultural History Gallery
The Cultural History Gallery offers themed exhibits, dramatic reenactments of court trials and informative displays of Cayman’s pioneers who shaped Cayman’s development.
‘Looky Ya!’ heritage celebrations, International Museum Day, Speaker Series lectures and Museum Anniversary Celebrations, Heritage/Cultural Demonstrations.