Cayman Motor Museum: Fun for the whole family, rain or shine

The Cayman Motor Museum is a treasure trove of antique, classic and famous cars housed in a purpose-built facility on North West Point Road.

From beautiful Ferraris to classis Minis and Bentleys to Rolls-Royces, this museum will appeal to any car buff or someone that just appreciates the art of a timeless automobile.

Although many visitors have toured the museum, it really is a terrific place for locals and residents to see if they haven’t already; definitely well worth a look.

One of the biggest draws is the Batmobile, an icon from days gone by. This is not the jazzed-up 21st century version to be found in the Christopher Nolan films; it is a nostalgic reminder of the original television series that will bring smiles to the faces of young and old.

A behemoth that stretches over many feet, the Batmobile has pride of place next to the Batcycle. Both sit on their own platform with a Batman backdrop behind them. Any fan of comic books will definitely want to spend some time here.

Then there are the quirky three-wheelers, Elton John’s Bentley, a royal vehicle that once transported none other than Queen Elizabeth II and the yellow Rolls-Royce from the film of the same name. They are just a few of the many cars you’ll encounter.

If you’re not a gearhead then maybe you’ll be interested in the collection of antique coffee grinders, or all the memorabilia on the walls of the authentic 1950s diner, complete with licensed bar.

There is also the Champagne Room available for private functions or that special evening for two. What better place to pop the question?

In fact, the entire museum can be rented for an evening – worth considering when you’re planning your next party.

The weather can be unpredictable in the summer months, but inside the Cayman Motor Museum the temperature is always fine with no chance of rain. Get the family in the car and drive out to the greatest private collection of automobiles in the Caribbean; you won’t be disappointed.

 

 

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