MUSEUMS

MUSEUMS

THE BEST MUSEUMS ARE IN THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

Each museum throughout the Cayman Islands plays an integral role in preserving the different aspects of Caymanian heritage and fostering a better understanding of the island’s rich history.
 

THE NATIONAL MUSEUM

Located in George Town and housed inside the oldest public building in the Cayman Islands, this museum showcases both the natural and cultural history of the islands through dynamic programmes, exhibits, and displays
 

THE MISSION HOUSE

Situated in Bodden Town, the Mission House is another extraordinary attraction. History is brought to life here as visitors experience what life was like for the island’s earliest settlers.
 

NATIONAL GALLERY

Visitors can explore a spectacular collection of art that illustrates the essence of Caymanian life here at the National Gallery.
 

CAYMAN MOTOR MUSEUM

Andreas Ugland is the proud host to The Cayman Motor Museum – where an impressive collection of exotic, rare, and classic motorcars and motorbikes are on display for visitors to marvel at, including the original Batmobile. A multitude of magnificent paintings, never before seen photographs, and local artefacts are also present here.


POWELL’S MUSEUM AND CRAFTS SHOP

Owned and operated by Mr. Bernard “Tony” Powell, this museum houses hundreds of family heirlooms, artifacts and memorabilia. The museum includes a domestic and seafaring collection, as well as a detailed collection based on Mr. Powell’s own family tree. Some of the many items on display include antique appliances and tools, antique boat building and repair parts and tools, maritime equipment for navigation, and ribs and wooden beams that have been salvaged from shipwrecks. Powell’s is located on Boggy Sand Road in the community of West Bay.