The museum is the brainchild of Les Fruits de Mer, a nonprofit organization dedicated to natural history education, and co-founded by author, Mark Yokohama. Touted as a "Biological Exhibition and Institute of Natural Philosophy" the new museum contains all kinds of interactive exhibits, informative programs, and exciting displays about Sint Maarten/St. Martin's nature and wildlife.
The Belair Health and Fitness Club (BHFC) is a Multi-Sport and Fitness Complex designed to be used by the residents of St.Maarten/St.Martin. Their mission is to provide the best programs, staff and equipment to fully meet the various sports, fitness and cultural needs of their members.
Landuis Kenepa, in Bandabou in the western part of the island, is a sprawling country estate constructed in 1693. It was once one of the most prosperous plantations on the island. Its buildings were fully restored in 2005 by the government’s Monument Foundation.
Caribbean's most advanced fitness facility, the Country Club offers very affordable short-term memberships to visitors. Located on at the Port de Plaisance Resort and Marina you will find a gym with the latest workout equipment, large swimming pool with lounge chairs and 10 tournament quality tennis courts.
The St. Maarten National Heritage Foundation and Museum, located in Philipsburg, is a non-profit organization that is financed through donations. Established on October 4, 1993 as the result of a merger between the St. Maarten National Park Foundation and the St Maarten Museum Foundation.