Museum of Belize
Located on Gabourel Lane in Belize City, just behind the Central Bank Building is the newly established Museum of Belize. Housed in what was once the City Prison, the Museum of Belize is now proud resident of a two-story building whose original bricks and mortar were laid in the mid-1800’s. Fully renovated in 2002, the Museum opened its doors to the public.
MUSEUM of ARTISTRY
Our Museum is the first to publicly display Mr. Emory King's bottle collection: "Belize History in Bottles". Mr. King was considered by many to have been the foremost authority on Belizean History. The museum features bottles from as far back as 1670.
The Eco-Museum is dedicated to show our visitors the beauty of nature in harmony with our Belizean culture. The exhibitions include several Belize important tropical treasures, nature artistries, butterfly corridor and Belize stone collection.
Located on the Belize River, next to the Swing Bridge, the Maritime Museum introduces visitors to a history of Belize's fishing and boat building industries.