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Playing in St. John's, Antigua

Playing in St. John's, Antigua

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ANTIGUA WALKING TOUR

St. John’s is hardly the richest of port towns, if you’re looking for a walking tour. There are a handful of historic sites to visit, including the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda on Long Street, just two blocks north and a few inland from Heritage Quay. In addition to worthwhile historical exhibits, the museum may offer a self-guided walking tour of the town for a nominal price. Other sights include the ornate Anglican Cathedral and the restored buildings on Redcliffe Quay. English Harbour National Park offers greater opportunities for history hounds. About 8 miles southeast of St. John’s, this historical park is one of the Caribbean’s foremost historical attractions. Restored buildings and anchorages abound, including Nelson’s Dockyard, and no fewer than four fortresses set up to guard the mouth of the harbor and command nearby Shirley Heights. The most photographed portion of Nelson’s Dockyard is a group of 12 massive columns that used to support a huge boathouse where ships could get their sails and rigging repaired. Nelson’s Dockyard is also famous for its English pubs and restaurants. If you’d rather, the park also offers several nature trails. Some visitors liken English Harbour to Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. Detailed information can be found at the Visitor’s Center in the Royal Artillery Barracks on Shirley Heights.

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