Tourist Attractions in the Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands, and the capital city of George Town is a high-energy destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. You'll find tourist attractions scattered around the parks and trails of the island. Whether you choose adventure excursions or a sightseeing tour, you can explore several interesting tourist attractions in the Grand Cayman Islands.

Cayman Turtle Farm

The green sea turtle is one of the world's endangered species, and visitors to the Grand Cayman Islands can see them at the Cayman Turtle Farm on Boatswain's Beach. The turtle farm features dozens of turtles ranging in size from 6 ounces up to 600 pounds, and visitors can learn about the turtle hatching process, touch baby turtles and learn about some of the fish and sea creatures native to the islands.

National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands houses an extensive collection of paintings and sculptures by local artists. Visitors can take a self-guided tour to see landscape paintings of George Town, Seven Mile Beach and other key sites around the island, as well as portraits and sculptures of former local residents. Admission to the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is free.

Cayman Islands National Museum

The Cayman Islands National Museum ison the waterfront in George Town and serves as a repository of artifacts, artwork and memorabilia of the Cayman Islands. Visitors can take a self-guided tour of the museum to learn about the history of the island and the island's trading industry. The museum also has a theater, cafe and gift shop.