Turks and Caicos National Museum

Grace Bay, Providenciales

On Providenciales, the Turks and Caicos National Museum has a small collection of outdoor historical exhibits. The current location and exhibits are a stand-in for a modern museum building, for which funds are currently being raised.

This heritage site on Providenciales is a counterpart to the Turks and Caicos National Museum in Cockburn Town on Grand Turk, which houses important exhibits on the Molasses Reef Wreck (the oldest excavated European shipwreck in the Americas) and the Taino people, the islands’ first known inhabitants.


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  • Rita
    3 years ago

    My husband and I went on a guided tour with Daverian (I’m butchering the spelling) and it was a very interesting tour. So much ingenuity involved with daily life when this Island was used for plantations and before the abolishment of slavery. These people were some tough MFers and the current inhabitants of this island are the Benefactors of these tough genes. I would highly recommend this tour to learn historical and horticultural facts about the island.

  • Scott Taylor
    Scott Taylor
    3 years ago

    Very informative tour in the history of the islands.

  • J
    3 years ago

    It is a small museum, but very informative. The ladies who give the tours are very knowledgeable. I was grateful to take some time away from my resort to learn the history of this beautiful location. I hope to see Provo expand this important part of their island history.

  • Beacon Hill
    Beacon Hill
    3 weeks ago

    A great history lesson about the island.

  • Senthil Kumar
    Senthil Kumar
    2 years ago

    Only theory sessions...but I love all the details she shared. I can able to visualize the history of century she talk. Please visit.

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