The Aquaworld Mall sits on the corner of Merren Drive facing the waterfront in downtown George Town. It offers a range of stores with selection and price to fit every budget. Snack shops, jewelry stores, souvenir boutiques and other shopping options. Take home a souvenir for yourself, or a gift for family and friends.
This themed gift shop carries a wide range of sea-faring items such as binoculars, navigational charts and maps, antique treasure coins, compasses, hand-held telescopes, and silver jewelry. Also carrying contemporary gift items.
Boasting the world’s largest (62,000 sq. ft.) outdoor concrete skate park. Open Monday to Saturday 10am to dusk, Sunday 12pm to dusk. Or try surfing in the continuous standing wave pool – equipment and instruction provided to get you started. Open by reservation (6 or more); drop in sessions Thursday & Sunday 3pm to 5pm. Surf shop and gift shop in addition to classes, camps and events.
Hats and tees, toys, turtles and fish, coffee mugs, clothing and sandals, postcards, Christmas ornaments, photo frames, cameras and film, baby items and more, all appealing to a range of tastes and budgets. On the harbour just steps from the cruise ship terminal. Open 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 3pm on Saturday.
This shop supports local artists, selling painting and crafting supplies and carrying a wide selection of their work. Items include drawings and paintings, photographs, hand-made jewelry including Caymanite and native seeds, waurie boards, wood, stone and shell sculptures, tile work, thatch hats and baskets, quilts, mahogany jewelry boxes, and more.
Jewelry, food items and other delights reflecting traditional Caymanian crafting skills. Leather, thatch, shell and wood products. Pick up a unique piece of Caymanite, or admire the handiwork in the plaited straw hats and tote bags. Get your hair braided while sipping on fresh-from-the-nut coconut water. Open Monday to Friday, 8:30am until the last cruise ship boarding. Just steps away from the south terminal of the cruise ship landing in George Town on the corner of Boilers Road and South Church Street.
Explore art, cultural and natural history collections to get a close up look at Cayman’s early and modern heritage. Children’s gallery offers interactive learning. Gift and snack shop featuring authentic Cayman crafts. Across the street from the cruise ship terminal. Open at the sound of the conch horn, 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 1pm on Saturday.
Watch the candy makers create freshly made genuine salt water taffy on the marble slab right in the store. A truly locally hand-made gift to take home. Other confections include chocolate treats, “sponge coral”, fruit jellies and caramel popcorn. Custom orders and candy making demonstrations available. Open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, to 4pm on Saturday.
Breeding ponds, touch tanks and a swimming lagoon where yearlings glide through the water are just a few ways you will be fascinated and educated about Cayman’s native Green Sea Turtle, one of the most enduring emblems of the Cayman Islands. Guided tours available. Step into the aviary or stop at the snack shop to round out your experience.
A little of everything in one store. Wide selection of tropical island themed souvenirs, plus sunglasses, clothing, tee-shirts, casual jewelry, ankle bracelets and more. Or pick up a postcard and mail it from the historic George Town post office. Located on the harbour near the Hard Rock Cafe. Open 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, from 9:30am on Saturday.
Everything is hand-made in this cozy craft shop. Wooden bowls, flowers, crocheted clothing items, paintings, tie-dye and other unique souvenirs. Open 9am to 4:40 or 5:00pm Monday to Friday, and 10am to 4pm on Saturday. Just 1 1/2 blocks from the harbour front, in the Bodmer Building backing up to the George Town post office.
Offering a wide range of souvenirs including turtles and stingrays, as well as ashtrays, bells and De Medicine Man tee-shirts. Pharmacy sundries include suntan lotion, headache remedies and more. Also offering snacks and cold drinks. Open 7:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm on Saturday.
Stop in at this unique boutique and discover how a ray of sunshine can color your day. Selling tee-shirts and other beach wear with designs that change color when exposed to sunlight. Hats, bracelets, accessories and souvenirs. Facing the harbour in downtown George Town.
A variety of dolphin swim encounters lets you personalize your experience swimming with the dolphins. The lagoon is situated adjoining North Sound so the dolphins live in their natural saltwater environment. Parrots and other Cayman critters enhance your visit. Gift shop and photo packages available to help you remember your visit. Also operating trips to Stingray City.
Swim with the dolphins with an educational focus. Learn about their behaviors (such as the tail splash), biology, anatomy and other interesting facts. Family and kid-friendly programs. Photo and video service to record your memories. Free entry to the Cayman Turtle Farm included in your dolphin program
This Jacques Scott souvenir shop at the airport is located outside the arrival terminal so you can purchase last minutes items to tuck in to your checked baggage. Carrying towels, perfume, snacks, bags, glassware and crystal, curios, holiday ornaments, jewelry, rum cakes & fudge, magnets, mugs, underwater photos and more.
World famous marine artist Guy Harvey displays his original art works and sells prints and merchandise bearing the signature game fish images. Men’s and women’s clothing, gifts, art and souvenirs. Open Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 3pm.
When visiting Hell, be sure and stop by Gwen’s for a wide assortment of mementos and souvenirs including themed specialties for the Hell tourism site. Tees, sand bottles, picture frames, magnets, mugs and more. Or pick up a postcard and have it sent with the “Hell” post office stamp next door. Open 7:30am to 4:00pm Monday through Saturday.
Tees and polos, mugs, tea towels, license plates, posters and maps, postcards, bumper stickers, and other mementos proving that you’ve been to Hell (and back). Also offering Hell Hot Sauce made with native Scotch Bonnet peppers, Caribbean coffees, cold drinks and snacks. Or get your University of Hell diploma.
This curio shop offers items not found in other Cayman souvenir stores. Hand-made fashion jewelry, clothing items, gift wares and other collectibles are diverse and unique. The long-time staff know their market and price their items competitively – which keeps the customers coming back. Floor to ceiling and front to back, this store is packed with treasures.
Pirate and nautical tee-shirts, clothing and Cayman and tropical paradise themed mementos. 2 locations in the heart of George Town: in the Flagship Building, across the street from the Royal Watler cruise ship terminal and in Island Plaza between Harbour Drive and Cardinal Ave. An Island Companies store.
Watch experienced craftsman blow ornate glass artware right in the studio. Wide range of sizes, styles and colors featuring marine creatures and themes. Free demonstration Monday through Friday 10am to 3:30pm. Just a few blocks north of the cruise ship terminals.
Journies is an online store selling unique Cayman souvenirs. Their DVD/booklet package offers glimpses of Cayman’s history, culture and landscape. The banana orchid perfume is named after Cayman’s native flowers. Or send an e-postcard showing a view of the lovely beach as viewed from your cruise ship. No need to leave the ship to pick up a souvenir.
Pirate tee-shirts for adults and kids, handbags, jewelry, magnets, toys, glasses and a large assortment of small items ready to pack in your carry on. Your last chance to thrill the ones who didn’t get to come to Cayman. Also offering drinks and snacks for your flight. Open every day 5am to 9pm.
Clothing in children’s and adult sizes, jewelry including chain sets for men, wine stoppers, glass stingrays, moving turtles, name brand sandals and flip-flops, and other gift items and souvenirs. Just one block from the cruise ship terminal on Harbour Drive. Open 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday through Saturday.
This everything store carries toys, snacks, pirate themed souvenirs, Cayman license plates, stuffed turtles, postcards, books, toiletries and sundries, phone cards, jewelry, bags, tee-shirts, playing cards, stickers, bottled hot sauces, wooden ships and more.
Pick from a large menu offering burgers, Tex-Mex, salads, pasta, fish, ribs, and vegetarian selections at Jimmy Buffet’s themed restaurant, bar and gift shop. Located across the street from the cruise ship terminal. Open 9am to 9pm when cruise ships are in harbour; otherwise serving from 11am. Closed on Sundays.
At various times, this restored Caymanian structure served as the Presbyterian mission, a private home and a school. Delve into Grand Cayman’s religious and educational history. Bird-watching tower overlooks the pond. Gift shop. Open Wednesday to Saturday 9am to 5:30pm (last tour at 4:30). Guided tours by appointment.
Wander the grounds of this restored historical 3 storey Cayman great house plantation covering 7 acres on scenic Pedro Bluff. Enter the Pedro Theater for a multi-sensory presentation presenting the early history of Cayman’s settlers and government. Available for weddings and other special events. Open daily 9am to 5pm (closed Christmas Day).
Add historical and antique Cayman Islands postage stamps to your collection. Choose from unused and used postmarked stamps, dating back to 1900. Offering individual stamps as well as sets and collections.
Ahoy, mateys! Pick up your pirate themed souvenirs here. Descend into the pirate cave below ground to shop for tees, flags, mugs, stickers, jewelry and other gifts and souvenirs. Also offering duty-free rum and other liquors and Cuban cigars. In the heart of George Town across from the cruise ship terminal. Open 8:30am to 5:30pm.
A gift shop that feels like an art gallery. Offering everything from original paintings by fine local artists to hand-crafted jewelry and mementos. Creations made of Caymanite, coconut, shells and wood, hand-painted ceramic and glass, locally-made candles, traditional woven grass bags, cooking spices, jams and other food goodies and much, much more. Located on South Church Street one mile south of the harbour.
Wander through 65 acres of natural and cultivated native Caymanian flowers and trees. View the restored historic wattle-and-daub cottage with its outdoor kitchen. Take pictures in the color garden. Visit the Blue Iguana Habitat to learn about this endemic endangered species. Gift shop and snack shop. Open daily 9am to 4:30 (closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday).
Friendly, relaxed, casual and right on the beach! Royal Palms is a favorite place to drink and dance in the evening. Or stop by for lunch with a view – try upstairs for an even better view. Water sports concession, gift shop and swimming pool on site. Ample parking and ample beach chairs.
Beach, shade, swimming, snorkeling, water sports, restaurant, bar, grill, volleyball, hammocks, lounge chairs, dock, rest rooms – Rum Point has a little of everything in one compact yet friendly and comfortable location. Expansive views of North Sound and Head of Barkers, whispering Casuarina trees for shade, picnic tables, full service Red Sail Sports water sports concession, gift shop, showers for rinsing and more. No wonder it’s one of the most popular sites in Cayman.
Selling sea shells by the seashore. Featuring decorated sea shells, Christmas ornaments and other shell-decorated treasures in addition to clothing, jewelry, paperweights and other gift items. Operating 3 stores in George Town including this one in Bayshore Mall across from the harbour.
Selling sea shells by the seashore. Featuring decorated sea shells, Christmas ornaments and other shell-decorated treasures in addition to clothing, jewelry, paperweights and other gift items. Operating 3 stores in George Town including this one on the water side near the south cruise ship terminal.
Selling sea shells by the seashore. Featuring decorated sea shells, Christmas ornaments and other shell-decorated treasures in addition to clothing, jewelry, paperweights and other gift items. Operating 3 stores in down town George Town including this one located in the Waterfront Centre on North Church Street.
Tropical and turtle-themed souvenirs including Caymanite carvings, clothing, mugs, jewelry, photographs and pictures, beach accessories, wind chimes, food items, tote bags and more. A vast selection of gifts and souvenirs to remember your Turtle Farm visit by. Or have your photo taken and processed on site as a memoir of your visit. Open daily 8am to 5pm.
Trendy tee-shirts and sundresses, beach style jewelry, sunglasses, hats and handbags, sandals, men’s and women’s clothing and swim wear, whimsical gifts and decorating pieces, items for the dog-lover. Centrally located in the Seven Mile Beach strip. Open 9:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Saturday.
Trendy tropical beachwear and accessories. Choose from tee-shirts, tank tops, sundresses, swimwear, hats, handbags, sandals, sunglasses, towels, art works and other gift items and souvenirs. Adult and children’s sizes available. Located one block south of the harbour. Open 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday through Saturday.
Tortuga has been an island favorite since 1987 when they began baking up their now world famous rum cake in their own home kitchen. They also created the first Cayman rums, and have expanded over the years to become a favorite souvenir shop. Selling numerous food items featuring Caribbean flavors including hot sauces, Blue Mountain coffee and honey. This location sells numerous souvenir items, tees, hats, and Sharper Image items. Open 9am to 7pm. Closed Sunday.
A little bit of everything of anyone’s taste. Choose from cups, dinner bells, salt & pepper shakers, candles, picture frames, tee-shirts and more. All proclaiming Cayman Brac. Located in Tibbetts Square across the street from the bank, on the way to and from the airport. Open Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm
Black coral is harvested from 200 feet down Cayman’s walls. When crafted into jewelry it glistens and shines, resulting in a unique memento of your island vacation. This store offers affordable selections of this special black jewelry item in addition to other tropical specialties such as Caribbean topaz. Watches, silver, charm bracelets and other baubles make it easy for you to find just the right piece – for yourself or a friend.
Native art and handicrafts, tee-shirts, magnets, jewelry such as anklets and shell ear rings, postcards and many more gift and souvenir items. Located in the heart of George Town shopping in Island Plaza between Cardinal Avenue and Harbour Drive in downtown George Town.