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. For even more rainy day options in Cayman, please see the list on Explore Cayman.
The Arts & Recreation Centre (ARC)
Located next to Camana Bay, this indoor facility can be rented outside of school hours for sporting events. To make a booking request or enquiry, call (345) 640 2878 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located at the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, Camp Seafire is the perfect fun-filled, flexible childcare choice for kids aged 3-12 years old. Designed to accommodate school holidays, bank holidays, brunch babysitting and more, Camp Seafire offers hourly, half-day, full-day and weekly childcare. Their camps offer creative themes, water sport activities, arts and crafts, as well as games and bespoke events. Call (345) 746 0000 or email: email@example.com.
Cayman Islands National Museum
The Cayman Islands National Museum houses Cayman’s National Collection as well as artefacts (which include boats, furniture, textiles, paintings and ceramics) and is an interesting look into Cayman’s traditions, culture and natural history. Many of the Museum’s exhibits are interactive and innovative, and will be fascinating to children. An exciting addition to the National Museum is another animatronic figure of a Caymanian civil servant, lawyer, and politician: Miss Annie Huldeh Bodden. For more information, visit www.museum.ky or call (345) 949 8368.
King’s Sports Centre (KSC)
A 36,000sq ft facility on Crewe Road in George Town offering a variety of sporting, recreational and relaxing activities for the local community. Activities and facilities include an indoor youth roller hockey rink, five-a-side football, a bowling alley, a rock-climbing wall, karate lessons, squash courts, aerobics classes, steam rooms and much more. KSC also holds children’s birthday parties and children’s rollerskating afternoons every week. Call (345) 946 5464 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. They also run a summer camp where children participate in sports activities, arts and crafts and learn debate skills. Refer to the Cayman Resident website (www.caymanresident.com) for more information.
Laser tag is an exciting recreational shooting sport that is perfect for anyone looking to have a fun and exhilarating outing with family or friends. Strike Zone House of Fun, located in Cannon Place, is Cayman’s first laser tag arena and is great for the entire family (ages six and up). It is the perfect activity for rainy days, birthday parties and corporate events. Call (345) 927 1338 or (345) 623-4040 or visit www.strikezonelasertag.com for more information.
Kids will love the waterslide at Margaritaville in downtown George Town while parents enjoy the casual dining atmosphere. The waterslide is open Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm and Friday-Saturday 11am-9pm. Call (345) 949 6274 for more information.
Located on Sparky’s Drive in the Industrial Park, Motions Unlimited is a state-of-the-art facility with gymnastics equipment for children and teens, along with a party room and snack bar. They have a full weekly schedule of classes for children from 18 months of age and up. Their Toddler Play Day sessions on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturdays are extremely popular and are a great way to meet other parents while your children run about and let off steam. The sessions are run on Wednesdays and Thursdays 10.30am-12noon, Fridays 2.30pm-4pm (ages 6 and under), and Saturdays 8.45am-10.15am. These cost CI$15 per child and CI$25 for two siblings. During Halloween, they host ‘Super Spooky Saturday’ and during Easter, they have a ‘Spring Fling’ both from 6pm-9pm for kids over 4 years old. Prior registration is necessary. For class schedules call (345) 749 8365, email: email@example.com or visit www.motionsunlimited.com for more information.