No Reservation Required

7:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m

Cost: Free

Parking Area

This museum at Cleaver Woods is dedicated to Amerindian culture and contains tools which they would have used daily, and demonstrates how our present day practices have been influenced by Amerindian culture. It also has a modified version of a clay oven which would have been used for cooking, by the Amerindians.

Located on the Arima Old Road between D’Abadie and Arima, the setting of the museum is a pine forest with picnic tables and ajoupas, and other labelled local trees for identification purposes by visitors. Across the road from the museum grounds there is also a pine forest, where tables and benches are interspersed for the purpose of picnicking, or simply to enjoy nature.