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Tour the highlights of Bridgetown on foot during this 2-hour walking tour. Learn about many points of interest in this UNESCO World Heritage Site from your local guide. Walk past St Michael's Cathedral, St Mary's Church and the Bridgetown Synagogue. Visit the monuments in National Heroes Square, see the Barbadian Parliament buildings and stroll through Queen's Park to see a famous baobob tree. Enjoy the provided drinks and lunch before spending some perusing the downtown shops. Pickup drop-off at local hotels is included. 

Highlights

  • 2-hour walking tour of Bridgetown
  • View beautiful churches and the Bridgetown Jewish Synagogue
  • Glimpse a famous baobab tree at Queen’s Park
  • Stop by National Heroes Square and walk past the Parliament Buildings
  • Enjoy complimentary lunch and drinks with optional shopping
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Bridgetown Walking Tour in Barbados

Nelson Statue in Bridgetown

After meeting your local guide at your hotel pickup, set off on a 2-hour walking tour of Bridgetown. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest city in Barbados. Start the tour with a stop at St Michael's Cathedral, which dates form the 17th century. Visit the Bridgetown Synagogue, built in 1654, before moving on to see the soaring ceilings and the impressive clock tower of the Georgian-style St Mary's Church. 

Explore Queen's Park, home to a famous baobob tree, one of the island's largest. Stroll over to National Heroes Square to see the statue of hero Lord Horatio Nelson. The square features monuments honoring ten Bajan heroes, including anti-slavery leaders and sports stars. Venture to the north side of the square to view the Barbadian Parliament Buildings. 

At the conclusion of your tour, enjoy lunch, drinks and the chance to ask your guide any remaining questions about Bridgetown or the island of Barbados. Peruse the downtown shops for souvenirs and curiosities before being dropped off back at your hotel. 

Customer Reviews

CHRISTOPHER R S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Very nice in deed. Enjoyed ever minuet of the tour.

grace r

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2015

great guide he was really good...enjoyed the tour immensely

teresa M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

Casual walking tour followed by beer and Bajan lunch. Very knowledgeable guide. What could be better?

thefairyelephant

4 star rating: Recommended November 2016

Tour guide Trevor was very knowledgeable, I went on a Sunday, so no shops open, but it also meant it wasn't busy while we were walking around Bridgetown, so could easily follow him and hear everything said, and take photos easily. Lunch was really tasty. Only downside on my tour was we missed a couple of spots the oldest tree and St Michaels, but this didn't ruin the tour at all.

Lisa

3 star rating: Worth doing January 2015

The staff at the Jolly Roger were friendly and helpful. They forgot to pick us up from our hotel as they had the dates muddled but once we contacted them, they gave great customer service and we ended up at the meeting spot on time. The tour was different but gave us a good insight into grass roots Bridgetown.

Elizabeth B

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better February 2015

My voucher didn't say exactly where to meet for the start of the tour, so I sent an e-mail 3 days before we left for our cruise asking for more information. When I finally got a response, it simply said to look on the voucher or contact the tour provider in Barbados. Well, I was in St. Thomas by then and have a canadian cell phone. As it turns out, nowhere on the voucher did it say, that we had to exit the port parking lot to find the bus that would take us to downtown Barbados. Again, my name wasn't on the list and again, I was grateful to have a voucher. The tour leader was obviously new and took us down many back alleys where he constantly had to tell us to be careful of the traffic because there were no side walks.

Alan B

1 star rating: I do not recommend this February 2015

The guide was extremely knowledgable, but he spoke much too fast and with a 'Caribbean' accent much information was lost. A just average lunch at the END of the tour was completely unnecessary and a waste of time. Lunchtime could have been better spent extending the tour since we lost about one half hour due to torrential rain. We finished about 2pm and then we were told that a bus could take us back to the ship at 3pm. We opted to walk.

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