The National Museum and the University College of the Cayman Islands present our joint Speaker Series programme—where academic experts, along with members of our community, gather to share their knowledge of Cayman’s History & Culture. Each Session takes place from 6:00–7:00pm via Zoom, followed by a Q&A segment. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Download 2022 Calendar
Our Mission Statement
Through our dynamic programmes, exhibits and collections, the National Museum is the living connection to Cayman's past; we ensure that future generations have the opportunity to experience our island's unique natural and cultural heritage.
Looky Ya! celebration at National Museum
20 November 2021
The Cayman Islands National Museum celebrated its 31st anniversary with flair, fun and full immersion in the past, during its annual Looky Ya! event on Saturday, 20 November 2021. This year’s Looky Ya! ‘Old Time Days Come Back Again: How We Used to Live,’...
Miss Annie Huldah Bodden: A Woman of Many Hats
Through May 2022
The iconic Annie Huldah Bodden carved new paths and shattered ceilings to achieve an impressive array of Cayman Islands “firsts”, the pinnacle of which was perhaps her appointment in 1961 as the first female Nominated Member of the Legislative Assembly.
"Caytharsis": Diagnosis, Treatment, and Healing Through Cayman Poetry
27 January 2022
In light of the ongoing global pandemic, human trauma, and the resultant preoccupation with illness and the need for healing, the creative imagination of the Cayman writer continues to mirror this physical illness, offering catharsis through creativity. Cayman ‘illnesses’ are explored in the poems of three poets, Leonard Dilbert, Nasaria Suckoo Chollette, and JA Roy Bodden. Download Calendar
Ensuring that future generations have the opportunity to experience our island's unique natural and cultural heritage.