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Whether this is one of your first trips to Barbados or not, there is no shortage of things to do and see in Barbados. From history to art to culture to the outdoors, Barbados attractions are plentiful.

Comprehensive information on Barbados’s tourist attractions, historic monuments, sight seeing tours, outdoor activities, cultural activities, clubbing and great food and wine are listed below.

Places of Interest

Nature and Eco Attractions

Mount Gay Rum Distillery


Malibu Beach Club & Visitors’ Centre Flower Forest
Earthworks Pottery Orchid World
Chalky Mount Potteries Andromeda Gardens
Banks Brewery Welchman Hall Gully
Kensington Oval Hunte’s Gardens
Rum Distillery at Foursquare Canefield Plantation

Places of Historic Interest

Natural Attractions

St. James Church Animal Flower Cave
Farley Hill Park

Wildlife Attractions

Morgan Lewis Windmill Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Garrison Historic Area and Tours Grenade Hall Signal Station
St. Nicholas Abbey Forest & Nature Trail
Gun Hill Signal Station and Lion Atlantis Submarine
Sunbury House

Nature and Eco Activities

St. John’s Church Aerial Trek zipline adventures over a deep lush gully
Codrington College Island Safari Barbados Ltd. & Private Safari
Tyrol Cot House and Heritage Village Tall Ships & Cool Runnings


Deep sea fishing trips
Arlington Museum Chantours
Barbados National Trust Sugar Museum Diving
Barbados Museum Kendal Sporting Clays
Barbados Concord Experience
George Washington House and Museum
Museum of Parliament
Springvale Eco Heritage Museum
Nidhe Israel Museum and Synagogue
Mallalieu Motor Collection

About Barbados

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Barbados is the Caribbean’s most revisited destination; a charismatic island with a unique charm and warmth;  mile after mile of powdery, white sand beaches; a delightful year-round climate of sunshine and sea breezes; acres of verdant, rolling sugar cane fields; exotic botanical gardens; a rich and fascinating history; and some of the friendliest people in the world.

For an island measuring a mere 14 x 21 miles, Barbados offers visitors a tremendous variety of activities and days can be spent as busy, or as leisurely, as you choose. There is a refreshing mix that goes beyond the usual visitor criteria of ‘sun, sea and sand’ – scratch the surface and discover a proud heritage and vibrant culture; a fascinating natural environment; and, above all, the special flair of the Bajan people, who are considered the warmest and friendliest in the Caribbean. No wonder Barbados is the Caribbean’s most revisited destination.