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Open House: Andrews Great House, St. Joseph

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The Open House programme is presented by the Barbados National Trust.

Andrews Great House, in St. Joseph is this week's Open House.
At last it opens! In the shadow of iconic Andrews Sugar Factory, new owners have restored the old plantation house to grandeur with sensitivity and style. It’s amazing what can be done by extending some bits, moving a doorway and staircase, and applying tea to coral-stone. History, decor, country views, and an ancient orchard add up to a satisfying afternoon. 

Directions:
From the ABC Highway, take Highway 3 at the Clyde Walcott roundabout towards Hothersall Turning. Moments later, turn right towards Hunte’s Gardens. Shortly after Market Hill, the land levels out and there’s a funny junction. Go left towards Bathsheba. Park at Andrews Sugar Factory and either walk or take the shuttle. 

Admission:
General Bds $30.00: 
Children 5-10-y-o $15.00
Children under 5 Free
BARP Members $25.00
Members of the Barbados National Trust $20.00 upon presentation of membership card.

Dress nicely casual.

No pre-booking is needed. Just follow the directions - look for the signs.
Except for 
Government House on March 06 
for which admission is by ticket only.  
Get your ticket at today's Open House.
 

Call the Barbados National Trust at 426-2421 for more information and to ensure that the viewing is on as advertised.

Start time: 2:30 PM   End time: 5:30 PM

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Andrews Great House, in St. Joseph is this week's Open House.
At last it opens! In the shadow of iconic Andrews Sugar Factory, new owners have restored the old plantation house to grandeur with sensitivity and style.

Start Date: 
Wed, 2013-01-30 14:30 - 17:30