History

A Unique Collection

The Cayman Motor Museum is the realization of a vision by businessman Andreas Ugland to have a local showroom to share his collection of exotic, rare, and classic motorcars and motorbikes.
"Before assembling our collection in Cayman," said Mr. Ugland, "our motorcars were scattered throughout the world with many of them in England, Canada, and my home country of Norway. My wife, Natalie, and I conceived the notion of bringing them all to Cayman for the people of these islands,
and our visitors, to enjoy.
"Ten years ago, we acquired the land for the museum and began moving forward with our designs and working with government to secure planning approvals," explained Mr. Ugland. "We were all set to break ground in 2004 when Hurricane Ivan paid us an unexpected visit, and we were forced to put our plans on hold. Finally, after more than a decade, it truly is a pleasure to share these motorcars and motorbikes with all who might appreciate their significance
—and magnificence."

Cayman's First Car & Much More

The Cayman Motor Museum features the first car ever brought to the Cayman Islands: a 1905 Cadillac brought in from Havana Cuba in 1914. Among Ferraris, Rally Cars, Porsches, and Bentleys there are also motorbikes, power race boats, plenty of artwork and motor memorabilia.

Come join us at the only Motor Museum in the Cayman Islands.