Our Mission Statement
Through our dynamic programmes, exhibits and collections, the National Museum is the living connection to Cayman's past; we ensure that future generations have the opportunity to experience our island's unique natural and cultural heritage.
Campers immersed in Cayman’s maritime heritage
17 August 2020
A group of 12 youngsters spent a week learning about Cayman’s maritime heritage at the fourth annual Cayman Islands National Museum Immerse Summer Camp.
Alvin McLaughlin: Steeped in Tradition
Through November 2020
For thirty-two years, a retired mariner, welder, and collector chaired the Pirates Week East End District Heritage Committee to showcase the commonalities and individuality of the people, culture, and heritage of his community with his diverse social history collection.
Speaker Series: Duppy Stories: Caymanian Folkore
28 October 2020
At our upcoming Speaker Series, we will focusing on Cayman's spooky storytelling heritage - duppy stories. Many believe duppy stories were told to keep kids inside at night. Others claim they are as true as we are reading this description. Bring your spookiest story to share!
Ensuring that future generations have the opportunity to experience our island's unique natural and cultural heritage.