Come and experience a combination of the beauty and history of Barbados. We begin with a bit of history at the Morgan Lewis Mill, one of the only two working sugar windmills in the world today. During the â€œcropâ€ season, February through July, its sails are put in place and it operates one Sunday in each month, grinding cane and providing cane juice. Around the interior of the mill wall is a museum of sugar mill and plantation artifacts, and an exhibition of old photographs. Visitors can climb to the top of the mill. We will then journey on to the Hunteâ€™s Gardens which is a stunning vision of a garden, a definite aesthetic delight. After our touch of history and beauty, we will venture on a scenic drive through Bathsheba after which we relax with some delicious, local cuisine and drink. After lunch, we go to visit the cheeky monkeys and other animals at the Wildlife Reserve after which we go to Cherry Tree Hill, another aesthetic delight and finally close off with a visit to the St. Nicholas Abbey which is likely the last remaining authentic house of the 17thÂ Century that exists anywhere in these times. St. Nicholas Abbey was built by the British a mere 30 years after settlement and to this very day produces â€œWorld Classâ€ rum. Come, join us and have fun.
- St Nicholas Abbey
- Hunteâ€™s Gardens
Availability: Daily on demand
St Nicholas Abbey is closed Saturdays and Bank Holidays.
The rest of the tour remains available.
Length: 2-3 hours
Bridgetown Cruise Terminal
PleaseÂ pack:Â Walking shoes, tour pass and hats for younger children.
Value for your money:
- Pick up and drop off
- Entrance fee