Grand Turk Tours

Grand Turk Tours

Daily Tours - please refer to our  Schedule  for opening hours they vary day to day.

The museum is housed in the historical Guinep House building.  It has two floors of exhibits which include the following:

  • The main gallery includes the Molasses Reef Wreck, it includes a video of the search for the wreck, actual anchor, cannon and other items found from the wreck.
  • Artifacts from the Lucayans that features a duho and paddle
  • Jeremiah Murphy & Hardhat helmet diving
  • Grand Turk Lighthouse rotating lens
  • Coral Reef Display
  • John Glenn Space Travel and Navy Army Base
  • Salt Industry
  • Turks & Caicos Original Flag
  • We recommend allowing 45 minutes to an hour to tour the museum but if you are limited on time you can still see a great deal and benefit from a 20-30 minute visit
  • Planning ahead please see our Schedule for upcoming month

How to get to the museum from the Grand Turk Cruise Port - Taxis are at the port and it is a 5-10 minute taxi ride to the museum.  Cost is usually $6 per a person one way.  We can call a taxi for you once you are done visiting the museum or taxis are usually available at the shopping area just north of us.  We are located in the same area with restaurants and other shopping options.  Obtaining your own taxi or golf cart gives you the most flexibility in time and options when visiting.  If you book a tour through a 

How to get to the museum from the hotels on Grand Turk - it is an easy walk or bike ride from all the hotels and house rentals located on the west side of the island.  A 15 minute walk North from Osprey, Salt Raker, Manta House and Turks Head Inne.   From Bohio it is a 15 minute walk South.

Cost - entry fee is $5 US, under 12 is free, all TCI residents and supporters get in free.

Gift Shop - the gift shop is free to visit and offers many locally made items including hand made baskets, jewelry, hot sauce, bath salts and culinary salts.  We also offer other great souvenirs and gifts such as: T-shirts, mugs, hats, note cards, magnets, matted prints, books, postcards, TCI flags, pins, stickers, patches and children toys.

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