Finding activities to keep your kids and teens entertained, educated, and occupied can be a hassle and a full-time job. Luckily, this section outlines the wide variety of highly recommended activities available to Cayman’s tight-knit community.
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many events and activities have been forced to cancel, relocate, or reschedule for a later date. For daily updates on all of the big events happening in the Cayman Islands, see the events calendar on Explore Cayman.
We have provided details on family outings, parks and playgroups, various sports and cultural activities, as well as interesting places to visit and summer camps.
Additionally, when looking to book trips and various activities for your kids check out the Cayman Parent magazine and website. Here, you will find more child-friendly options for family outings, ideas for birthday parties along with pricing, special deals, and a great calendar of events.
Whether your child's passion is painting, ceramics or film-making, there are plenty of courses and camps available to nurture those creative talents in the Cayman Islands.
There are a good number of playgroups and other activities for mothers and babies which meet on a weekly basis. These are great places to meet people especially if you are new parent or new to Cayman.Read More
Throughout the year, there are many activities for children that celebrate local traditions, such as Pirates Week and Junior Batabano. Here you can learn more about cultural activities available to kids in Cayman.Read More
Although Cayman is fairly small, the diverse community and idyllic weather encourages an active lifestyle. The real issue comes with finding the time to do it all!
When it rains in Cayman, it really pours. That's why it's essential to know about indoor facilities and activities in Cayman, so that the rain doesn't put a stop to the fun. Here we give a list of all of the fun places in Cayman to take your children, for rainy days or even if they are just looking for something to keep them busy.
Most high schools some church youth groups in Cayman provide opportunities for taking part in dramatic presentations. Cayman has a thriving theatre community who loves drama, performing and fun. There are also a plethora of acting classes readily available.
Music and learning how to play instruments in Cayman is very competitiveat a high school level. Most schools in Cayman have amazing music departments with Concert Bands, Training Bands, String Quartets and more.
In the Cayman Islands, we have a variety of playgrounds and public parks. From swings and climbing frames to sandpits, amazing sculptures and volleyball courts, each of the parks have something different to offer.
A number of informal playgroups for infants and toddlers and their carers meet on a weekly basis. Read on for details of when and where they meet.
In Cayman, there are SO many fun, adventurous, and relaxing things to do in the great outdoors that kids will be spoiled for choice. We have constructed the most comprehensive, up-to-date list you will find of outdoor facilities and activities for children in Cayman.
Regal Camana Bay Stadium 6 at Camana Bay (55 Market Street in Jasmine Court) offers specially priced matinees every day before 6pm. The six screens show all the latest releases and during the school holidays, especially at Christmas and in the summer, they show more films for children.
It's always a great idea to get your children involved in sports lessons or a sports team. Especially in our small community, groups and teams in Cayman are also wonderful ways of making new friends, and invariably have vibrant social scenes attached to them. That's why we've created a list of all of the sporting opportunities for kids in Cayman, so that you won't struggle to find a way to keep them active.
Cayman’s public libraries are a great place to inspire your child to read and to encourage their love for books. We've produced a list of all of the public libraries in the Cayman Islands, so that you have loads of options for your bookworms to choose from.
Leadership development groups provide teens with education, training and valuable experience. Many churches on Island will host youth groups on Friday evenings. They are also a great way to meet new people and make new friends.