Grenada & Carriacou Museums

Grenada & Carriacou Museums

Rome Museum, Walker, St Andrew

The Rome Museum is located in Walker, near Tuilleries, in St Andrew and is run by Mr Rome. With over 50 years of his own history plus that handed down to him, the vividly finished building is full of displays from household contraptions such as charcoal filled irons. The museum is tiny with a unique little display of Grenadian relics, including a mud earth oven as well as many, many other fascinating objects.
There is even more to see when you go outside, from the sugar can juice extractor to some unusual modes of transport. Mr Rome is open weekly on Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm.  Call before visiting to ensure someone is there to meet you.

Heritage Museum, St Patrick

The Heritage Museum is part of the Belmont Estate in the parish of St Patrick. You will travel backwards through time and experience the easy heritage and spirit of our ancestors. With documented pieces about the ancestry, traditions, and of Grenada. Its plantation and history of Belmont Estate.

Grenada National Museum, St George

The Grenada National Museum (GNM) is located at the corner of Young Street and Monckton Street, St. George’s. It opened its doors to the public on 17 April 1976, however the main part of the museum was built in the late 1700s.

The museum shows historical artefacts which consists of objects displaying Grenada’s history and culture. Collections include slavery, first dwellers and fishing archaeology. Also exhibited are agricultural machinery that was previously used in the manufacture of sugar and rum, whaling equipment from the whaling station at Glover Island, plus much more.

Carriacou Museum

The Carriacou Museum was founded in 1976 and is located in Paterson Street. The Carriacou Historical


Society manages the museum and it is housed in a restored cotton gin mill. Inside the museum you will see an impressive display of Amerindian artefacts as well as exhibits from the early British and French occupation of the islands. It also has an African section plus various object from colonial times.

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