Come visit Amuseum Naturalis, the free museum dedicated to the nature and heritage of St. Martin!
Enjoy a self-guided tour of the outdoor spaces, outdoor exhibit halls and gardens, where you will learn about St. Martin’s agricultural heritage, bush tea garden and poetry exhibits.
Located in the historic Old House in the Orleans Quarter, Amuseum Naturalis invites you to explore St. Martin’s unique animal species, traditional building techniques, and native trees and their adaptation to life on the island.
Immerse yourself in the African and Amerindian history and roots of Caribbean heritage through traditional agriculture and medicine.
The museum also offers a micro-cinema where you can watch short documentaries and oral histories.
Amuseum Naturalis welcomes visitors from Tuesday to Saturday from 9am to 12pm and offers free admission to all. Fun activities such as coloring are available for children, and groups are welcome.
For more information, check out the online exhibits, documentaries and gardens on the museum’s website.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to discover the natural and cultural wealth of Saint Martin!
Amuseum Naturalis looks forward to providing you with an unforgettable experience.