Natural History Gallery
Realistically reproducing Cayman’s flora and fauna, the Natural History Gallery provides a look at the diversity of species and environments in the Cayman Islands. The gallery moves from the islands’ geological formation, to its current underwater and land life via a mixture of panels, dioramas, taxidermy, and interactive features, offering visitors a variety of interpretive options.
Cultural History Gallery
The Cultural History Gallery offers exhibits on a variety of cultural themes including political and judicial systems, social movements, seafaring history, trade, and medicine. Video re-enactments capture historic events such as the “Wreck of the Ten Sail,” and the 1820 court hearing of enslaved person, Long Celia. Dynamic cultural vignettes examine three aspects of Caymanian life – church, home and industry, while dioramas and wall panels tell the story of Cayman’s historic turtling and fishing industry.