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Cayman Motor Museum

864 North West Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman
+1 345-947-7741
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Stopped by for visit Have a lot of boats outside and some engines cars inside Interesting place if... read more

Reviewed yesterday
srimanone
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Joshua Tree, California
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Says it's open on their website, but it's actually closed...

Well, I was looking forward to this museum, as I do love to see some nice, expensive, shiny cars... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2017
BobbyD1927
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Horseheads, New York
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The Cayman Motor Museum, located on Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands, is a unique attraction that features some of the world's most special, rare, and one-of-a-kind automobiles.On display are 80 vehicles which collectively provide an historical tour of motoring throughout the world—beginning with the very first automobile ever produced, an 1886 Benz! An exact model of the first vehicle ever to be driven in the Cayman Islands — a 1905 Cadillac — has a place of special prominence in the museum.Of special interest both to children (and “adult children”) is the ultimate crime-fighting vehicle, the original “Batmobile” that squired Batman and Robin around Gotham in the 1960s television show. An exact replica of the “Batcycle” is also on display. Moviegoers will recognize the 1929 Yellow Rolls-Royce that appeared in the movie of the same name, and “royal watchers” will be attracted to the 1956 Daimler DK400, Queen Elizabeth II’s first limousine.Racing and speed aficionados will marvel at the sleek Ferraris (nearly a dozen classics, all in mint condition), Maseratis, Corvettes, and Jaguars. Magnificent Rolls-Royces (including a 1930 “Phantom”) and Bentleys (including Sir Elton John’s 1963 classic) abound, beckoning viewers back to an era of meticulous craftsmanship and unsurpassed luxury.The Museum is a great cruise ship excursion or a great place to spend an afternoon while on vacation to the Cayman Islands. Our gift shop offers unique auto memorabilia and souvenirs to the general public. The Cayman Motor Museum is also available for private functions and special events.
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864 North West Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Stopped by for visit Have a lot of boats outside and some engines cars inside Interesting place if you Like this Not to Much on island so can Make this a stop

Thank srimanone
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Well, I was looking forward to this museum, as I do love to see some nice, expensive, shiny cars just like the next person. However, I drove all the way there in the morning only to wait, and wait, and wait...and no one ever came...More

1  Thank BobbyD1927
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Wonderful museum perfect for children on vacation that don't want to spend 4hrs in a "museum environment." Wonderful selection of cars, coffee grinders and other interesting items. A wonderful teaching/learning experience that will still give you time for lunch and the beach. My husband loves...More

1  Thank Judith G
Reviewed 6 April 2017

We took our kids here to see the batmoblie as it is advertised on their website. When we got there the admission price was 20 dollars us each. I pointed out that it says 15us each online and they said the price changed and that...More

Thank irene2211
Reviewed 10 March 2017 via mobile

It's always a educational journey in any car museum with my husband. He enjoyed the cars and really liked a several and several boats. Great way to spend a day inside.

Thank DG Y
Reviewed 6 March 2017

The Cayman Motor Museum is a gem of a collection. With the cars well displayed and presented with lots of information it was very interesting to see the cars and learn the history about them.

Thank nick d
Reviewed 4 March 2017

What an amazing collection of cars and other collectibles. Had no it would be such a gem!! A real treat!

Thank Milesofrubys345
Reviewed 19 February 2017

My husband is a car enthusiast. He has a small collection of his own and when he found out this was on the island, we had to go. I think what is most impressive is that the entire collection of cars belongs to one person....More

Thank kermgal
Reviewed 26 July 2016

After checking it out on the website, we drove all the way to the West Bay Area only to find it was closed due to reorganization. The website led us to believe it would be closed in September. It was one of the places my...More

Thank viandskl
Reviewed 8 July 2016

This private collection of vintage cars and all sorts of memorabilia is beautifully brought together and presented. A perfect place to visit for all ages, especially if you have had enough sun or it is raining.

Thank Gamela
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rjrdived
Looks like it is closed as the contact info is no longer recognized
13 February 2016|
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Response from John E | Reviewed this property |
Last I heard (October 2015) the collection was up for sale. Rumour (and this is absolutely unconfirmed) was the whole thing was a tax dodge.
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GlobeMoocher
Hi, is this open on public holidays?
19 February 2015|
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Response from Stephen A | Reviewed this property |
Don't know. Suggest look at their website, or give them a call? But honestly, well worth the visit - particularly if you love cars!
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