1 | Grand Turk Lighthouse
A historic landmark protected by the National Trust, the Grand Turk Lighthouse sits on the northern tip of the island and at one time served to protect ships that traveled at night from wrecking on the off-shore reefs.
Head approximately three miles (approximately five kilometers) north from the center of Grand Turk to reach this lighthouse, which is situated on Lighthouse Road.
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1 | Turks and Caicos National Museum
The Turks and Caicos National Museum is located in a historic building in Cockburn Town. The facility is a non-profit, and receives no help from the government, but maintains a great collection of all things culturally and historically Turks and Caicos.
This museum is situated on the ocean, and is less than a mile from the center of Grand Turk.
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2 | Caicos Heritage House
Part of the Turks and Caicos National Museum, the Caicos Heritage House is an authentic replica of what would have been a typical island dwelling in the 1800s. Visitors will be able to explore the grounds of the 1 acre exhibit and get an idea of what life was like two centuries ago.
Find this historical site on the same grounds as Turks & Caicos National Museum.
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3 | H.M. Prison Museum
History buffs are sure to enjoy the H.M. Prison Museum where visitors and walk through and explore a prison from the 1800's.
This museum is located a quarter mile (a half kilometer) from Caicos Heritage House, and is on the northern outskirts of Cockburn Town.
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1 | Salt House
A museum, restaurant, and gift shop that centers on the island's salt industry through tours and offerings of products made with salt.
Interested visitors will be able to find this museum on Church Folly, less than a mile northeast of the center of Cockburn Town.
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