About Cayman Islands National Museum
The Cayman Islands National Museum is located in Cayman’s oldest public building, the Old Courts building in George Town.
Permanent exhibits showcase Cayman’s art and traditions, cultural and natural history, including boats, furniture, textiles, paintings and ceramics.
Many of the Museum’s exhibits are interactive and include a simulated submarine showing our marine species and habitats, a 3D bathymetric map showing Cayman’s location in the Caribbean, a life-like talking animatronic figure, and an audiovisual introduction to Cayman’s history, environment and people.
There are changing galleries that features information on a variety of cultural history, natural history and local art-related topics.
The Museum Shop offers a wide selection of locally made products and souvenirs, and are the official distributor of the Cayman Islands flag.
Opening hours are Monday-Friday 9am–5pm, Saturday 10am–2pm and select public holidays.
Admission is CI$6.40 for adults, CI$4.80 for seniors and CI$2.40 for children. Members and local students are admitted free. Residents can also visit for free on the first Saturday of every month.