Fodor's Expert Review Grenada National Museum

St. George's Museum/Gallery

A block from the Carenage, the Grenada National Museum is built on the foundation of a French army barracks and prison that was originally built in 1704. The small museum has exhibitions of news items, photos, and proclamations relating to the 1983 intervention, along with fragments of Amerindian pottery, the childhood bathtub of Empress Joséphine (who was born on Martinique), and other memorabilia.

Museum/Gallery Historic District/Site Historical Family

Quick Facts

Young and Monckton Sts.
St. George's, St. George  Grenada

473-440–3725

www.grenadamuseum.gd

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $2.50

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