Barbados as a migration magnet
A UNESCO World Heritage Property
Barbados’ largest interactive centre exploring commerce in the city over four centuries.
Explore the very place where Americas first president George Washington spent almost 7 weeks in 1751at the age of 19.
A restored 1914 steam locomotive that traversing views of cane fields, mahogany woods, a limestone quarry the wild Atlantic Coast
Tour this restored Jacobean Great House, one of three existing in the Western Hemisphere. The working plantation, producing its own unique single cask rums.
One of the most stunning 17th-century houses in the Caribbean.
The best way to learn about Barbados is through a visit to the Barbados Museum & Historical Society located in the island’s sole UNESCO World Heritage Prope
Wonderful walking tours to world heritage sites and places of historic interest.
The only ‘old car’ museum in Barbados with many in perfect working condition.
History, hiking—and even howling—are vital parts of the Barbados National Trust
Father of Barbados’ Independence
We think of tourism as a recent phenomenon, but travellers have been voyaging for millennia.
Despite being a tiny island, Barbados has exerted significant influence on international affairs and development.
An icon of Barbadian life and landscape.
Did You Know? The Mysterious Reverend Griffith Hughes
Did you know there are at least a dozen things I can think of that are uniquely Bajan?