View an exciting collection of memorabilia, including uniforms, ammunition and radio equipment used by soldiers in World Wars I and II. At the Chaguaramas Military History and Aviation Museum, founded by Gaylord Kelshall, a former officer in the Trinidad & Tobago Coastguard and a former pilot, visitors can climb into a simulated bunker, complete with gunfire sounds, stand next to massive tanks and view battle ship and fighter jet models.
The Tobago Museum gives a glimpse into the island's early history. Located in the Barrack Guard House of Fort King George, overlooking the capital city of Scarborough, this museum houses Amerindian artifacts, military relics and documents from the island's colonial history.
National Museum & Art Gallery
Enjoy works by Trinidad artists plus a number of exhibits about the cultural history of the area at the National Museum and Art Gallery. Located at the top of Frederick Street in Port of Spain, opposite Memorial Park and just south of the Queen's Park Savannah, the Museum manages a collection of some 10,000 items in seven major galleries including petroleum and geological exhibits, the permanent national art collection and a small gallery on Trinidad's Carnival arts.