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Grenada National Museum, St. George's
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Learn more about the tangled history of Grenada at Grenada National Museum. The museum illustrates a comprehensive and wide-ranging history of the nation, including sections on slavery, archaeology, whaling and fishing, the military coup of the 1980s, plantations, and the island's first inhabitants. The venue itself dates back to 1704, when it served as an army barracks; later, it was a prison for British female inmates. Check the schedule ahead of arrival, as the museum frequently hosts folk and dance performances. Put Grenada National Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our St. George's vacation planner.
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this museum is home to some of the island oldest artifact. it currently in an historic building opposite Courts on the carrenage
Don't leave a visit for a rainy day. The museum is well worth a look, even though there seemed to be some cleaning and renovation work happening the day I was there.
The museum is located in a historic building on a historic street. The architecture is beautiful. The artifacts are pretty comprehensive and well laid out though not plentiful. It's definitely worth t... read more »
Very historical museum. It was built on the barracks of Fort George. Is located in St George's. Lots to do inside, plenty to see. There was a woman in there that was very knowledgeable about Grenada's history. She explained the history of every artifact. The location is beautiful and easy to get to. If you're in the area and have a little extra time so by, I promise you won't be disappointed.
Its been years i havent visited the museum, cant wait to get back!
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