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What is Amuseum Naturalis?

Amuseum Naturalis is a free, public museum all about nature, heritage and culture on St. Martin and the Caribbean. It was created by Les Fruits de Mer and attracted over 10,000 visitors during two seasons in Grand Case. It is currently located at The Old House in French Quarter.

Amuseum Naturalis is open in “park mode” for the public to enjoy safely! Guests are invited to make self-guided visits during daylight hours every day to the outdoor areas, including the open-air Amuseum exhibit hall, and outside exhibit areas, viewpoints and gardens including the agriculture heritage displays, bush tea garden, and the St. Martin poetry exhibits.

To keep the community safe, properly worn masks are required for all visitors, as well as respecting physical distance of 2 meters between non-household members. Hand sanitizer will be available. Visitors will need to bring their own drinking water.

Amuseum Naturalis also has its own website with more information about the exhibits and special events:

For the latest news about this project, visit the Amuseum Naturalis category on our blog.

View new exhibits about the role of associations in preserving St. Martin heritage and culture: Roland Richardson Heritage Association: 1, 2, 3, 4. Soualiwomen Kultural Association: 1, 2.

Check out this video of the 2016 season: