Welcome to Amuseum Naturalis!
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.
After closing for lockdown, St. Martin’s free nature and heritage museum Amuseum Naturalis will be reopening in “park mode” for the public to enjoy safely! Starting Tuesday, July 7th, guests are invited to make self-guided visits during daylight hours to the outdoor areas, including the open-air Amuseum exhibit hall, and outside exhibit areas, viewpoints and […]
Nature lovers and book lovers have something to celebrate on St. Martin. Ten different books about local wildlife are now available at Amuseum Naturalis, including eight in English and two in French. All of the books are full of vivid color images and great stories about the island’s unique nature. They are published by the […]
Want more local education in your school? Get in touch to find out how you can get panel reprints from Amuseum Naturalis on many different local topics. Panels are 120cm by 80cm and can be printed on a variety of materials for indoor or outdoor use. Plants: Animals: Ecology:
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We are trying to figure out how to safely offer group visits. If you are interested, use this form to let us know.
- Migratory Bird Festival November 7, 2020 at 9:00 am – 12:00 pm