The National Trust for the Cayman Islands preserves cultural and traditional sites of artistic and architectural interest on the islands. The Cayman Islands National Trust also provides protection for local natural resources and wildlife. Some historical sites to visit include the East End Light House Park, Fort George, Walter Cemetery and many more throughout the islands.
The National Trust's mission is to preserve natural environments and places of historic significance in the Cayman Islands for present and future generations."
The National Trust Visitor Centre is located at 558 South Church Street in the front building of the Dart Family Park and is open Monday to Friday, 9:00 - 5:00.
Learn more about the Cayman Island's heritage, history and culture at Nationaltrust.org.ky.
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Hints & Tips
- The Salilna Reserve is 625 acres of protected natural reserve located in North Side
- When visiting West Bay check out Miss Izzy's Schoolhouse-an excellent example of wattle and daub construction.
- Mission House in Bodden Town is a restored home used by ministers and teachers in the early 1800s.