The Grenada National Museum is devoted to the preservation and interpretation of the history and culture of the people of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Come explore centuries of history, culture and art in one of the islands’ oldest buildings in downtown St. George’s.
The Museum is the central attraction of an educational and visitor complex that also houses a Bistro, Lisa’s (jewelry), Chelsea’s Café, Tikal arts & crafts, dance and music studios. The Museum also hosts concerts, lectures and other special events throughout the year.
Please feel free to book your visits or just drop in to have a look!
The Grenada National Museum is pleased to announce the release of the first installment of “teacher kits” to accompany a forthcoming exhibit on Amerindian Heritage. The kits include lesson plans and activities for Grades 4 through Form 5 teachers to use before, during, and after visiting the museum. Additionally, a set of Field Trip Guides include similar lessons and activities for use at the Duquesne Beach Petroglyphs, Leaper’s Hill, and Pearls Airport sites.
Our Introduction to Grenada Video
Grenada from Tom Coady on Vimeo.