Arts is an integral part of the local cultural expression of Anguillans. Local galleries display a wide range of artwork from local talents. Artists on Anguilla have diverse styles and unique ways of expressing their ideas of this island.
This website promotes art on Anguilla. This site has a complete list of local galleries and studios on island with photos and directions. It also features information about artists and highlight the work of fi ne artists and musical performers on Anguilla and provides an option to make on-line purchases. Learn about the artists and their backgrounds, what's new with the art scene, gallery openings and workshops.
ANGUILLA NATURAL TRUST MUSEUM
Located in the Valley here you will find educational display of the islands natural, archeological and historical assets.
The Anguilla National Trust conducts a heritage tour which highlights the flora, fauna and archaeology of Anguilla.
For details call 264-497-5297
Located at East End, next to the East End Pond Bird Sanctuary, this museum features a unique and interesting collection of artifacts goes back to the golden age of the Arawaks. The footsteps of Anguillians of yesteryear are traced. (a peek at the progression of a proud, resolute and industrious people). Admission: US$5.00, children under 12 US$3.00. Hours: 10a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday.
For details call 264-497-4092
THE OLD VALLEY TOUR
This is a self guided tour located on the road to Crocus Hill, the Old Valley is home to some of Anguilla preserved historical buildings providing insight into Anguilla’s past.
SANDY GROUND, OLD SALT FACTORY AND PUMPHOUSE
This Tour highlights the importance of the salt industry in Anguilla’s history. Tours by appointment only on Thursdays at 10 a.m. or by appointment; call Sir Emile Gumbs at 264-497-2711. Cost US$10 children free.
Located in Anguilla’s only remaining Plantation house. Tours are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. For tours (by appointment) call 264- 497-6613/497 5489. Donations are welcome.