Antigua

Attractions

Nelson’s Dockyard

Fully restored to its original splendor, the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century buildings of the Dockyard house modern amenities such as shops, hotels, and marina businesses. Outside…

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Nelson's Dockyard

Museum of Antigua and Barbuda

Learn how the islands were formed and who lived here. Discover all about the effect the Arawaks and Caribs had on the island. Lively displays…

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Museum of Antigua and Barbuda

Shirley Heights Lookout

The reason they chose this location is easy to understand. A spectacular view over English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour greets your eyes, showing you the…

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Shirley Heights Lookout

St. John’s Cathedral – 1847

After over a century, the church was elevated to the status of a cathedral when the Diocese of Antigua was created in August 1842. On…

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St. John's Cathedral - 1847

Wadadli Animal Nature Park

Wadadli Animal Nature Park is the only one of its kind on the island. If you are a lover of nature this park is a…

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Wadadli Animal Nature Park

THE ST. JOHN’S COURTHOUSE

The oldest building in town is believed to be the old court house, with Legislative Council chambers, in which the Museum is now housed. The…

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Mount Obama

The summit is fenced off and crowned by a very noticeable AT&T telecom antenna; views are nil unless you manage to get inside the antenna…

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Green Island

Green Island is located just off the east coast of Antigua and offers a wide variety of pristine white sand secluded beaches waiting to be…

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Green Island

Cades Bay Pineapple Station

It was not until the late 1960’s that the Ministry of Agriculture diversified the operations from small farms to a government owned Agricultural Station. In…

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Betty’s Hope

This is a sugar plantation site where one of the two sugar mill towers has been fully restored complete with sails. With a small interpretation…

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Betty's Hope

Devil’s Bridge

Composed of limestone rock, the rugged terrain of Devil’s Bridge is the result of millions of years of ancient reef formation. For hundreds of thousands…

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Devil's Bridge

Fort Berkeley

Built in three stages between 1704 and 1745, it served as the most critical defence to this landlocked harbour with 29 large cannons. Now it…

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Great Fort George Monk’s Hill

You must walk the last mile unless you have a good four-wheel drive vehicle. Ruins of the original buildings, water cisterns, magazines and sites for…

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Antigua Donkey Sanctuary Animal Shelter

Located near the village of Bethesda on the eastern side of the island, Antiguas Donkey Sanctuary offers visitors the opportunity to take a break from…

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Antigua Donkey Sanctuary Animal Shelter