The National Trust for the Cayman Islands works to share the history of the islands through the preservation of historic landmarks and natural sites. At the National Trust Visitors Centre, visitors will gleam first hand information on the importance of each site, and learn which are best for them to visit based upon their interests.
National Trust Visitor Center provides vacationers an unequaled glimpse about the way the Cayman Islands' locals regard the topic at hand. Like a variety of other museums you'll come across, National Trust Visitor Center hosts several standard exhibits, which contain the exhibits which continually bring new guests in.
Georgetown is a good option for those wishing to visit National Trust Visitor Center, because those staying in this area of the Cayman Islands will be excited to have easy access to this museum during their time there. You can expect little traffic surrounding the museum, particularly since there are so few hotels nearby.
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Spirited guests will likely be charmed by the region because of the possibility of open-air activities. Museum guests with a keen interest in golf should look into the nearest course, Britannia Golf Course. If you aren't a golfer, additional outdoor opportunities can still be found at Smith's Cove, which is the closest beach to National Trust Visitor Center. However, while these options may be the closest, you'll still have access to a variety of equally enjoyable beach and golf options. Visitors to the museum will also be close to a small group of additional sites nearby. One of the few additional landmarks closest to National Trust Visitor Center that visitors will likely fancy is Dr. Roy's Ironshore.
The Centre is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The National Trust Visitor Centre is free of charge.
Phone Number: (345) 749-1121
FAX: (345) 749-1135
Location: 558 South Church Street, Georgetown, Grand Cayman
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