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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.

 
 

Welcome to Amuseum Naturalis!


Amuseum Naturalis is a free museum of the nature and heritage of St. Martin. Come share what makes this island so special!

Discover the animals that live in St. Martin and nowhere else in the world, and the traditional building techniques that give local homes their unique charm. Take a botanic walk to learn how native trees have adapted to life on St. Martin, and enjoy three beautiful viewpoints. Find out how African and Amerindian heritage comes together in Caribbean farming and bush medicine traditions.

Amuseum Naturalis is located at the historic Old House in French Quarter. We are open for self-guided visits during daytime hours.

Please get involved! If you are on-island, come volunteer or share your ideas. If you are far away, consider joining Les Fruits de Mer, donating or becoming a Friend of the Amuseum.

 

 

Our Attractions

Exhibits

View our exhibits about local natural and cultural heritage in the main hall!

Theater

Watch original documentaries about St. Martin's nature, culture, and history. Available online for now.

Gardens

Enjoy our botanic walk and bush tea garden.

Latest News

Migratory Bird Festival at Amuseum Naturalis 9am to Noon Saturday, October 14th

The public is invited to a free festival celebrating St. Martin’s migratory […]

Trilingual Poetry Book by Lasana M. Sekou Launches Saturday with Signing and Free Give-away Event

The public is invited to celebrate the launch of 6 Poems / 6 Poèmes […]

New Exhibit at Amuseum Naturalis Showcases Plants Unique to St. Martin

Over 100 years ago, a pair of unique plants were discovered on […]

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Upcoming Events

  • Endemic Animal Festival April 27, 2024 at 9:00 am – 12:00 pm