Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II opened
Grand Cayman’s Botanic Park in 1994, only the
Woodland Trail was complete. In the ensuing years,
the grounds have grown and developed into the full
fledged Botanic Park that is operating today.
Today, the Botanic Park is recognized as a world-class
The Annual Orchid Show
is the Botanic Park major
fund raising and it is eagerly anticipated
floral enthusiasts throughout the country.
The Botanic Park is owned jointly by the Cayman Islands
Government and the National
Trust for the Cayman
a non-profit, statutory body dedicated to preserving
natural environments and
Places of historic
significance in the Cayman Islands for present and future
In 2008, the Botanic Park was invited to design an entry for
Chelsea Flower Show.
According to Andrew Guthrie, former General Manager of the Botanic
Park and CO-designer
of this Silver- award winning entry, The inspiration for
the 2008 Chelsea
exhibit was the rich cultural history of the Cayman Islands.
A half-size traditional Cayman Cat Boat graced the exhibit as
a tribute to Cayman’s proud seafaring traditions. Time-honoured
elements of the Cayman sand garden -- including native, traditional
and economic plants --
were juxtaposed with many of the plants that are now found in
today’s modern Cayman
9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., last admission at 4:30 p.m.
(Closed on Christmas and Good Friday)Admission:
(Ages 12 and under are FREE with parent!)
For more information about this magnificent, award winning Botanic
please contact a Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park staff member
by e-mail at:
or call us at
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The Botanic Park is located in the district of
North Side on Frank Sound Road.
(Click here for directions)
P.O. Box 203,
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