Fodor's Expert Review Carriacou Museum

Carriacou Museum/Gallery
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Housed in a building that once held a cotton gin (the second-oldest cotton ginnery in the world), and just one block from the waterfront, Carriacou's little museum has exhibitions of Amerindian, European, and African artifacts, a collection of watercolors by native folk artist Canute Caliste, and a small gift shop with local items. Founded in 1976, the museum is supported by the Carriacou Historical Society. Museum manager Clemencia Alexander, one of Caliste's daughters, has worked for the museum for more than 30 years and is happy to give a guided tour.

Museum/Gallery Other Attraction Free

Quick Facts

Paterson St.
Hillsborough, Carriacou  Grenada

473-443–8288

www.carriacoumuseum.org

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