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Beneath the crystal-clear waters of the Cayman Islands lies the wreckage of almost 200 ships. Spanning the centuries from sail-powered British naval frigates to...
To kick off a new 'Issues' series, the Cayman Compass explores some of the Cayman's spectacular wrecks.
The thrilling history of the Cayman Islands’ most famous shipwreck is revealed in a new book penned by the director of the national museum.
The discovery of old-fashioned train wheel-sets in shallow water off East End may be linked to the bygone era of phosphate mining in the Cayman Islands, historians believe.
The Cayman Islands National Museum is getting a new roof to protect the artefacts inside the downtown building on Harbour Drive.
Cayman celebrated International Museum Day on Friday, offering free admission to exhibits and a number of other events celebrating Cayman’s cultural heritage.
The journeys collide on a table littered with shards of plates and pottery in a room at the Cayman Islands National Museum.