Grenada National Museum

Grenada Island

Staffed by enthusiastic members, this museum has displays that are a little haphazard. It is mostly dedicated to the original indigenous inhabitants of the island, the colonial period and slavery – there's precious little about Maurice Bishop's revolution. That said, with a history as colorful as that of Grenada, there's plenty here and it can easily absorb an hour.

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1. National Library

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The poor old national library was once a lovely building but shoddy renovations and now neglect have left it in a dire state. If you look past the broken…

2. Sendall Tunnel

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Monckton St leads to the historic Sendall Tunnel, a narrow 340-ft passageway built in 1894 that burrows through the hill to reach Bruce St and the rest of…

3. St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

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Immediately north of Fort George, St Andrew’s fared worst of all the town’s churches in Hurricane Ivan. There isn’t much left except the front wall and…

4. St George’s Anglican Church

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Erected in 1825, St George’s is topped by a squat four-sided clock tower that serves as the town's timepiece, and which didn't cease to work when the…

5. Fort George

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Grenada’s oldest fort was established by the French in 1705 and it's the centerpiece of the St George’s skyline. You can climb to the top to see the…

6. St George’s Market Square

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Busiest on Friday and Saturday mornings, this is the largest market in Grenada, with stalls heaped with fresh island produce. It's a colorful sight that…

7. Carenage


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8. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

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Sitting pretty at the top of the capital’s hill, St George’s Roman Catholic cathedral provides a great vantage point over the town. Though Hurricane Ivan…