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The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park (
345-947-9462, fax 345-947-
7873, is home to a self-guided trail of native plants
as well as a newer garden featuring imported tropical plants and blooms.
The park offers a small conference room with space for up to 50 attendees
classroom style or up to 20 for a board meeting; the gardens are also avail-
able for both after-hours events and functions during normal working
The Cayman Islands National Museum (
345-949-8368, fax 345-949-
0309, offers a small meeting space for up to 10 guests;
food and beverage as well as special tours of the museum can also be ar-
ranged. The museum regularly hosts special events, from balcony lunches
overlooking the George Town harbor to after-hours cocktail parties. The
courtyard is also available for dinner under the stars with catering by one
of many local restaurants as well as full or partial bar service and local
The Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman (
com) offers programs highlighting local culture and customs. Horticul-
tural tours, storytelling, rope making, and coconut husking can be ar-
ranged with local experts. “We are working closely with island historians
and community artists to bring the real flavor and charm of the Cayman
Islands to our activities,” says Doug Sears, General Manager. “Culture is
an important part of the island experience and, with these activities,
guests will have a better understanding of island life.”
One of the island's most historic sites is also one of its newest group ven-
ues. Following a $7.5 million renovation, Pedro St. James Historic Site
345-947-3329) now transports groups back to the days of 1780. The is-
land's oldest known existing stone structure is considered the birthplace of
democracy in the Cayman Islands. Today the three-story greathouse is
home to a 49-seat multimedia theater as well as a café. The grounds are
available for group functions of up to 800 participants.
Theater space is also available at the Harquail Theatre (
or 345-949-5477). The site has auditorium seating for 350 attendees, a
stage, and state-of-the-art facilities. Catering and bar service can be
Group Activities
GOLF: For free-time fun or competitive tournaments, two golf courses of-
fer challenges. The Links at SafeHaven (
345-949-5988, fax 345-949-
5457) is the only championship 18-hole golf course in the Cayman Islands.
At the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman , the Jack Nicklaus-designed Bri-
tannia course (
345-949-8020) can be played as a nine-hole champion-
ship course, an 18-hole executive course, or an 18-hole Cayman ball
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