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Seven Great Museums in the Caribbean

August 20, 2013 | 10:12 am | Print

Above: the MUPANAH museum in Haiti

It isn’t the first thing you think about when you visit the Caribbean. But the Caribbean actually has a large number of high-quality museums featuring art, culture, history and more. From smaller art institutions to large-scale national galleries, there’s something for everyone (even a Museum of Rum). Here are seven great museums to check out next time you’re in the region. Of course, this isn’t a complete list of all the best museums in the Caribbean — simply a sample of museums worth a visit. What’s your favourite Caribbean museum? Tell us in the comments section.

MUPANAH, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

From housing the purported anchor from Columbus’ Santa Maria to offering a fascinating look at the history of the Caribbean’s oldest independent country, the Musee du Pantheon National Haitien is a must-visit for any Caribbean enthusiast.


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