MUSEUMS TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Indian Caribbean Museum of Trinidad and Tobago
The Indian Caribbean Museum of Trinidad and Tobago, founded in 2006, is a museum dedicated to preserving the history of Indo-Caribbeans. The museum is located near the Temple in the Sea at Waterloo , Trinidad. The museum is the only one of its kind in the Caribbean.
Central Bank Money Museum
The Museum occupies an area of 350 sq. metres and is situated on the ground-floor of the Central Bank building. It utilises modern design concepts and contains a mix of showcases, graphics, interactive elements and multi-media experiences that aim to give visitors a memorable and rewarding experience.
National Museum and Art Gallery
The National Museum and Art Gallery of Trinidad and Tobago is the country’s most important museum. It displays depictions of national festivals, Carnival, life during the World War II and artifacts from the country’s earliest settlers, the Amerindians. There are also displays by leading local and international artists. The museum was established in 1892 and was originally called the Royal Victoria Institute, as it was built as part of the preparation for Queen Victoria’s jubilee.