The Guinep House Museum Gift Shop contains a wide range of locally-made crafts and gifts to please the eye, get you going in the morning, tempt your taste buds, and pamper yourself or a friend. We also have books, posters and guides to educate the mind and help you identify the many plants, birds and animals unique to the Caribbean. Including the new guides to the Birds of Grand Turk.
If all you want is to send a message home the shop has a large collection of note and postcards. We’ve just added a great new selection for your writing enjoyment.
Or are you looking for that special gift to take home with you, or to give to a friend on the Island? We have something for all ages and interests, including Tee-Shirts. Many of our gifts help support our local crafts people and the proceeds help to support the programs of the Museum.
Unique & Local
New! We have the book, identification cards, journal, guest book, note cards and an eye popping calendar. Of course our local artists continue to provide us with exquisite jewelry.
Made with sand from Governor’s Beach the new collections are breathtaking. We are the exclusive agents for Dune Jewelry in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Price range for these unique gifts $10 to $150
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Coffee roasted to perfection in five wonderful flavors by Victoria of Provo.
A bargain for gourmet coffee. We have whole beans and ground. Support a local cottage industry.
Authentic sea salt from Salt Cay of the Turks & Caicos Islands
Culinary salts in many flavors, zesty drink salts, fleur de sel in large recycled rum bottles, in grinders and in baggies.
A new cottage industry started by Haidee on Salt Cay. She employs 6 local ladies to bring this wonderful product to you. There is something exceptional about Turks & Caicos salt. It was a favorite of gourmet restaurants in NYC in the 1800’s. Savor the flavors!
Price range $6 to $20
Bubble Bath Salts & Soaps
And these Salt Cay Ladies also create bubble bath salts, soaps in shapes of turtles, shells, sandals and more. Support local crafts that are also environmentally friendly.
Price range $4 to $15
Baskets and More
Beautiful new selection of baskets from the Middle Caicos Coop. Lightweight and easy to pack. Help support a local art form brought to our shores hundreds of years ago from Africa.
Price range $25 to $150
New – A Taste of the TCI
The name Bambarra has historical significance to the people of the Turks and Caicos Islands. In 1841 a Spanish slave ship carrying slaves bound for Cuba wrecked off the coast of East Caicos. By then slavery was illegal in the British territories and the 192 captives that survived were freed. They were from a Mande tribe in West Africa consisting of persons that spoke the Bambarra language. These are the ancestors of the many Turks and Caicos islanders.
Bird Tour Guides (Walking or Driving)
The one and only Bird Tour in the Caribbean
Proceeds help maintain the trail signs.
$18 each New!
Fans with the museum logo to keep you cool in church, long meetings
or sports events. Others may fan themselves with hymn books or
pamphlets but you will cool yourself in an elegant fashion.
$5 each New!
Books, Posters & Post Cards
A percentage of sales is donated to the Grand Turk Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Where is Simon, Sandy?
The award winning children’s book by Donna Seim
Proceeds go to the Museum’s Children’s Club.
Donna’s latest book is an exciting adventure tale set in Grand Turk perfect for the “tween” crowd.
Poster from “Where Is Simon, Sandy?”
We also have tee shirts, postcards and puzzles following the theme of the books. Proceeds support the Museum Children’s Club
A great way for children to learn about
the culture and life in the Caribbean.
$8 to $10 each
2011 LionFish Recipe Book
New Cookbook by DECR.
All you need to know about cooking the tasty Lionfish.
Good eating and good for the environment. We consume it then it cannot consume the baby groupers.
The Slave Trade
New publication by one of our former museum directors Nigel Sadler. A well researched book with many illustrations of a sad period in our history.
Grand Turk Waterfront 1830
This very special poster is taken from an original water color by an Unknown Artist who clearly loved our waterfront. Although there is some “artistic license” many of the buildings are identifiable. The building to the far right is the Post Office. The faint buildings to the left are the current government offices. Next is the Kate Jones Building that house the Danish Consulate in the 1800s. Unfortunately it burned down in 1963. The building that replaced it looks very similar. The brown building with a 13 star USA flag was the American Consulate. It still exists as the Odd Fellows building at the corner of Market & Front Streets. Buy a bit of Grand Turk history and support the Museum.
We also sell local stamps for the Caribbean, USA, Canada, the UK and Europe. We can also post the cards at the local Grand Turk Post Office.
Be advised our postal system is slow and arrival of your post can take from 2 weeks to years to never!
For more information about any of the items in the shop, just call us at 649-946-2160. Or contact Candianne Williams at the Gift Shop