Grenada National Museum, St. George's

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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. Grenada National Museum is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , world travel planner Edition.
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  • Fascinating little museum showing the ancient history of the Island although could have done with more information on the more recent history, especially as we had just been up to Fort George.  more »
  • 5 USDs in enter if not part of bigger tour but in truth there’s not much to see. Some interesting artefacts about Grenada’s history, particularly around its part in the slave trade, whaling and the...  more »
  • Very interesting, lots of Historical material however more could be done to have the it inviting to visitors.
  • It showed a great history of the island. How they lived and the everyday tools they used...
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