When it rains in Cayman it really pours. That's when it's essential to know where the indoor facilities are located. Here is a list of fun places to take your children during rainy season. For even more rainy day options in Cayman, please see the list on Explore Cayman.
The Arts & Recreation Centre (ARC) is located next to Camana Bay and 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.
Art Nest offers all sorts of wonderful painting, craft, pottery and sewing classes both during the day, the evening and the weekends. Check out their schedule to see what is on and to get a date booked in your diary. Please be warned though, classes get booked up quickly, so plan ahead!
Bright Start is a children’s learning centre in Seven Mile Shops, which houses a full indoor playground with slides, climbers, kitchen and playhouse. Multiple playrooms host arts and crafts, music jamboree, infant crawl space, story time, puppet shows, birthday parties and school break camps. Drop-in playtime sessions cost CI$5 per hour if accompanied by an adult, or CI$10 per hour if unaccompanied. Children from 3 months to 10 years old are welcome Monday-Friday 7.30am-6pm. Call (345) 949 3017 for more information.
Camp Seafire, 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, halfday, full-day and weekly childcare. Offering creative themes, water sport activities, arts and crafts, as well as games and bespoke events. Call (345) 746 4048 or email: email@example.com.
The Cayman Islands National Museum houses Cayman’s National Collection, as well as artefacts (which include boats, furniture, textiles, paintings and ceramics) and gives 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. For more information visit www.museum.ky or call (345) 949 8368.
The Cayman Motor Museum houses an impressive collection of rare cars. Visit www.caymanmotormuseum.com or call (345) 947 7741. It is usually open from November to May each year.
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 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 more. KSC also holds children’s birthday parties and children’s roller skating 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 & crafts and learn debate skills. Visit www.kingssportscentre.com or see their Facebook page.
Lil’ Monkeys’ is an indoor playground and café for children aged six months to ten years old. There is a padded toddler area, jungle gym, tons of kids toys plus sofas and free coffee for parents! Located at Bodden Plaza on Shedden Road. Visit www.lilmonkeyscayman.com or call (345) 916 4830 or (345) 348 5059.
Margaritaville’s Waterslide in downtown George Town is an enjoyable water-based activity that kids will love while parents enjoy the casual dining atmosphere. The waterslide is open Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm and Friday-Saturday 11am-9pm. Call (345) 949 6274.
Motions Unlimited is 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 and Friday mornings are extremely popular and are a great way to meet other parents while your children run about and let off steam. Residents can enjoy an open gym session every Monday 7pm-8pm (eight years old and up) and Wednesday night 7pm-8pm (12 years old to adults) for CI$10. 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.
Starfish Village is an innovative enrichment centre for newborns to children up to 12 years old. It offers a wide range of fun and educational activities in a safe, clean and secure environment. They offer after-school programmes, holiday camps, birthday parties and special events such as a ‘Kids’ Night Out’. They are located in Camana Bay and are open Monday-Thursday 8am-6pm, Friday 8am-9pm and Saturday 10am-3pm. Call (345) 640 7827 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.facebook.com/starfishvillage/ for more information.
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 visit www.strikezonelasertag.com for more information.