If you’re a car enthusiast, don’t miss the chance to peruse the collection at the Cayman Motor Museum in West Bay. Built by Norwegian businessman Andreas Ugland, the museum is an incredible collection of about 80 rare and classic cars and motorcycles.
Some of the most notable vehicles on display include the Batmobile created for the 1960s TV series, and classics like the 1955 Ford Thunderbird and the 1939 Mercedes 230s, all meticulously restored. The Cayman Island are intimately tied with the United Kingdom, and so the Daimler DK400 that served as Queen Elizabeth II’s first limousine gets special placement in the museum, while fans of luxury cars can fawn over a dozen classic Ferraris and a Rolls Royce once owned by Elton John.
The museum also exhibits artifacts, artwork and photos that offer a look at the Cayman Islands’ cultural history.
The Cayman Motor Museum is located in the West Bay area, near the Cayman Turtle Farm, about 20 minutes’ drive from George Town. Hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Closed on Sunday, and also the month of September. Admission is $15 for adults and $7.50 for kids under 12.