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PLACES OF INTEREST ANTIGUA

Enjoy discovering some of the fascinating places of interest around Antigua here in our sightseeing guide. New places of interest around Antigua are added regularly so be sure to revisit this page often.  The great thing about many of these places is that you can visit them for free , or for a small entrance fee.
 

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BETHESDA TAMARIND TREE Historical Land Mark

BETTY'S HOPE SUGAR PLANTATION Antigua Sugar Plantation Restoration.

CARPENTERS ROCK TRAIL is a beautiful trail which leads up from Freeman's Bay in English Harbour up to Shirley Heights and the Lookout.

CHRISTIAN VALLEY AGRICULTURAL STATION has Antigua’s premiere collection of mature fruit trees.

DEVILS BRIDGE Antigua Natural Wonder.

DOCKYARD MUSEUM Located in the historic Nelson’s Dockyard, the Dockyard Museum highlights the history of the only continuously working Georgian Dockyard in the world and serves as the centre of research in Antigua.

ENGLISH HARBOUR is the main town in the South of the island renowned for being the heart of the Antiguan Yachting community.

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS GROUP (EAG) is a not-for-profit non governmental organisation focussed on raising public awareness fo the values of, and threats to, natural resources in Antigua and promote their sustainable management.

HIKES FROM WALLINGS DAM Once you are by the quiet of the dam, you will find a number of hikes which lead to some wondeful views from Wallings as well as on to Rendezvous Bay and Falmouth.

JONES VALLEY TRAIL a surprisingly shady walk through the forest from Freeman's Bay up to Shirley Heights Lookout passing an old dam, a graveyard and a remains of the old barracks.

LOOKOUT TRAIL lives up to its name, with stunning views across English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour.

LORD NELSON'S BED From The Dockyard Museum

MIDDLE GROUND TRAIL takes you on a tour of the marine history of the area visiting Fort Berkley, Middle Ground and Fort Culyer as well as the gorgeous Nelson's Dockyard.

MONKS HILL AND FORT GEORGE TRAIL has one of the most wonderful and little visited views in Antigua. On this hike you will see English and Falmouth Harbour, Willoughby Bay, the airport and Sherkley Mountains in the West.

MUSEUM OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA Historical museum with reference library.

NELSONS DOCKYARD NATIONAL PARK Lauded as the only working Georgian Dockyard in the Caribbean, Nelson's dockyard and the National Park form the heart of the yachting community in Antigua.

POTWORKS RESERVIOR Land Mark

RENDEZVOUS BAY TRAIL This version of the trail takes you on a lovely circular trail from Falmouth, to Turtle Bay, Rendezvous Bay and back around to Falmouth.

SIR VIV RICHARDS CRICKET GROUND dedicated to Antigua's cricket legend, the stadium was built in 2006 to host the ICC World Cup 2007.

ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL Historical Cathedral overlooking St. John's.

WALLINGS RESERVOIR is a resevoir which began to be built in 1890, and was completed in 1900. It has a lovely picnic area and is the start to a number of hikes into the rainforest.

WYLAND WALL Renowned artist Wyland will paint a mural of a life sized marine scene on Old Parham Road, Antigua to promote the protection of the marine environment and the marine mammals of the sea as well as clean water.

 


 
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