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Sights, Barbados

Sightseeing in Barbados will open your mind to the array of beauty this country encompasses. Explore the impressive six-acre Andromeda Gardens at Foster Hall, spot armadillos and gorgeous green monkeys at Barbados Wildlife Reserve or for culture buffs, uncover Barbados’s Jewish history at the Nidhe Israel Museum. With so much to see and do here, you will never want to go home…

Andromeda Botanic Gardens

The glorious six-acre Andromeda Gardens, at Foster Hall in the parish of St. Joseph, were established by Iris Bannochie, one of the island’s leading 20th-century botanists. She began designing the gardens in 1954…

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Barbados Wildlife Reserve

The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is located in St. Peter parish, on the northern part of the Barbados west coast. Visitors can walk freely through the reserve to see the animals at close range in their own natural environment, as they play, roam and interact with the other animals.

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Blackmans Gully and Bridge

Blackmans Gully is located in the parish of St. Joseph, on the east coast of Barbados and is (amazingly) over 200 years old. Hidden for many years, this incredible bridge was recently unearthed by members of the “clean up Barbados” programme and now attracts many avid hikers.

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Blackwoods Screw Dock

Blackwoods Screw Dock is a unique historic site located in the heart of Bridgetown, within the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dating back to 1893, the screw dock (dry dock) is the oldest surviving ship lift in the world. In fact, ships of up to 1200 tons were…

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George Washington House

George Washington House, located in the parish of St. Michael, Bridgetown, is named after the first American president who along with his half-brother, stayed here for a couple of months in 1751. Did you know, Barbados is the only country he ever visited outside colonial America?

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Harrison’s Cave

Located in the central uplands of Barbados, the Harrison’s Cave underground system of rivers and caves is one of the Caribbean’s great natural wonders and is a very popular tourist attraction.

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Hunte’s Gardens

Hunte’s Gardens is a beautiful botanical garden, situated in Coffee Gully in the hills of St. Joseph, on a former sugar cane plantation. It was created in the 1950s by renowned horticulturist Anthony Hunte, who still owns and runs it today.

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National Heroes Gallery and Museum of Parliament

The National Heroes Gallery and Museum of Parliament is located in the west wing of the stunning Neo-Gothic, Parliament Buildings, in the heart of the capital city of Bridgetown. The Museum of Parliament traces the development of democracy in Barbados since 1629…

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Nidhe Israel Museum

The Nidhe Israel Museum is a fascinating historical spot, located next to the synagogue in Barbados’ capital city of Bridgetown. It traces Jewish history in Barbados, dating back to the arrival of the earliest Jewish settlers in 1628…

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Sunbury Plantation House

Located in the parish of St Philip, the elegant building – the Sunbury Plantation House, was built around 1660 by Matthew Chapman; a British planter and one of the earliest settlers on the island. This interesting home filled with history is definitely worth a visit while holidaying in Barbados.

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