Museum of the Sugar Industry at Sevilla House

Tracing the History of Sugar as a “Memorial of the Name”

In 2015, Paria Publishing was given the opportunity (and two rooms) in Sevilla House, Brechin Castle, Couva, to conceptualise and design an exhibit about the history of the sugar industry in Trinidad and Tobago. It’s a beautiful location in Central Trinidad, and thanks to Peter Sorzano and his Signs & Designs crew who undertook fabrication and installation of our designs and artwork, we were able to finish on time and within budget!

Take a Tour of the Virtual Museum at Sevilla House on our Blog! Click here to read the Timeline of Sugar in Trinidad and Tobago on our Blog!

Museum of the City of Port of Spain

In 2003, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism launched The City of Port of Spain Museum at Fort St. Andres (next to the lighthouse). Our goal in designing this museum: to portray the history of the civic institutions of the capital city with the respect it deserves. This permanent museum takes you back in time, showcasing major figures, artefacts of the first peoples, and the evolution of transport and technology, among other treasures of Port of Spain.

Take a Tour of the Virtual Museum on our Blog!