This small museum has a display of marine life that inhabits Barbadian waters. The Underwater Park is a snorkelling trail on the Dottins Reef. There are picnic tables, good parking and public facilities.
Harrison’s Cave, rediscovered in 1970’s by Jack Peeples and first opened to the public in 1981, the cave notes its earliest mention as 1795. A world-class recreation experience with a brand new facility was reopened as of January 2010. The breathtaking...
Nestled on a cliff overlooking the coast, Andromeda Gardens was originally developed in 1954 by the late horticulturist, Iris Bannochie, with exotic plants and blooms from around the world creating one of the finest botanical gardens in the Caribbean. She left the...
Codrington College’s buildings seem to have been lifted straight from an Oxford quadrangle yet blend perfectly with the surrounding hills and trees of St. John. Christopher Codrington, planter, scholar, soldier and philanthropist, died at Codrington in 1740...
The Woodbourne Shorebird Refuge, on the border of St Philip and Christ Church, opened in 2009 as a result of an initiative by BirdLife International, The Barbados National Trust and concerned environmentalists on the island. The refuge provides bird enthusiasts with a...
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