Travel By Fingertip.....Barbados

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Points of Interest In Barbados

Trafalgar Square & Careenage Harbour
Trafalgar Square - yes, like the one in London - is a memorial to Horatio Nelson, commander of the 17th-Century British fleet. It opens onto charming Careenage Harbour. Addr: Bridgetown.
St. Michael's Cathedral
Legend has it that George Washington worshipped at the Cathedral in 1751. Addr: East of Trafalgar Sq., Bridgetown.
Barbados Art Council
A bi-weekly showcase for local artists' paintings, sketches, etc.. Addr: 2 Pelican Village, Bridgetown Ph: 426-4385.
Barbados Museum
19th Century artifacts & mementos of military history, island customs & commerce. Addr: Hwy. 7 Garrison Savannah Ph: 427-0201.
Queen's Park House
Former home of the British troops commanders, now a theater, it houses a restaurant and exhibitions. Addr: Crumpton St., Bridgetown. Folkstone Underwater Park: View spectacular coral reefs and marine life, including giant turtles. Glass-bottom boat tours. Addr: North of Holetown.
Harrison's Cave
Electric trams take you through these extensive limestone caverns fed by underground streams and waterfalls. Addr: Hwy 2 Ph: 438-6640.
Gun Hill/Flower Forest/Welchman Hall Gully
Landscaped terrains that display the beauty of Barbardos. Addr: Outside Bridgetown. Check the local tourist board for event listings.
Barclay's Park
Oceanside picnic area and lovely woodland affording breathtaking views of the ocean below. Addr: Eastern shore, North of Bathsheba.
Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Sanctuary for some of the island's most cherished animals. Addr: West coast on Hwy 1 from Speightstown.