Attractions Locator

There is never an end to all that you can see and do in Barbados. Discover the diverse beauty of the island on a guided tour. Explore the depths of our pristine waters with a diving or snorkeling adventure. Immerse yourself in our rich cultural heritage at any one of our museums or historic sites. Whatever your desire, there’s a memory waiting to be created here that everyone will enjoy.

To take part in any of the unforgettable and exciting activities afforded by the island, use the tools to the left to help discover your preference.

Attractions Locator

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Arbib Nature and Heritage Trail

Speightstown, St. Peter

A unique guided hike..more

St. Philip Parish Church

Chapel, St. Philip

Located just off Hwy 4B in Cottage Vale, this church lies in the most lush portion of the parish. Open daily 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Open for services Sunday at 7 and 9:15 a.m and Wednesdays at 10 a.m...more

R A Mapp Bar & Grocery

Eagle Hall, St. Michael

With its whole exterior painted in the red, black, and white logos of Bank’s beer, this spacious shop stands out. It also stands out for its barbequed chicken and almost constant liveliness...more

Harbour Lights Beach Extravaganza Dinner Show & NightClub

Bridgetown, St. Michael

Imagine,dancing barefoot in the sand to the pulsating beat of a live band, sipping exotic free drinks, feasting on a sumptuous Bar-B-Que dinner and enjoying the absolute best in local entertainment!..more

Cockspur Beach Club

Brighton Beach, St. Michael

Your stay in the Caribbean will not be complete until you have been to the Cockspur Beach Club. Here you can 'chill out' in the warmth of the Barbadian sun and relax on our long white sandy beach...more

Moon Town and St. Elmo’s Bar

Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy

A rough and ready rum shop with food often available and karaoke on weekends...more

The Future Centre Trust

Hopeland, St. Philip

What is Barbados’ carrying capacity, its ecological footprint, its future? All these questions can be answered at The Future Centre...more

Barbados Art Council

Bridgetown, St. Michael

The Council serves in a national role by preserving, collecting, exhibiting, and fostering the understanding of works of art, at the highest possible cultural, educational and scholarly standards...more


Holetown, St. James

The first settlement in Barbados, Holetown, was originally named Jamestown, after its benefactor, King James I of England. The Holetown Monument (found in the centre of Holetown)..more

St. John Parish Church

Parris Hill, St. John

St. John Parish is a classic Gothic church located on the east coast of the island...more

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