The Grenada National Museum celebrates the unique heritage and culture of the people of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. It is dedicated to the preservation, interpretation and promotion of the islands’ history and culture. Come explore centuries of history, culture and art in one of the islands’ oldest buildings in downtown, historical St. George’s.
The Museum is the central attraction of an educational and visitor complex that also houses the Museum Bistro, Lisa’s jewelry store, Chelsea’s Café, Tikal arts & crafts, and Conception Dance Theatre. The Museum also hosts concerts, lectures, art exhibitions, and other special events throughout the year.
The Grenada National Museum is run by a Board of Directors, which has developed the scope and direction of the Museum over the years.The day-to-day operations of the GNM is accomplished by a small staff, including
- Jodi-ann Sylvester
- Robert Pierre
- Spencer Francis
- John Pitt
- Leroy Andrews
- Jean Pitt
- Carlon Gittens
The Grenada National Museum is working with various institutions to accomplish its mission. These include
Our Partners: GOG, CAM, Republic Bank, GRENLEC, GNT, WRF