A stroll through the streets of this quaint little town will reveal the punch that can be found in small packages. Speightstown is the second largest town in Barbados. It so boasted of being a hive of activity for the British that it became known as Little Bristol and the architecture of the 17th century can still be found there. Forts line the coasts of Barbados, and of course, one would expect that Little Bristol would also have its share of protection. The wayside hawkers and rum shops are still very much a part of this town, and on our tours, you are sure to encounter one or two or maybe even three such characteristics of this unique town, complete with the parish church. After you have experienced one of our tours to this forgotten town – whether you join us to view secrets held in the museum or enjoy a taste of bajan finger food – Speightstown will never be the same for you! This tour is ideal for locals, cruise passengers, long stay passengers in local hotels or homestays like Airbnb.
Light snacks will be provided. You may bring your own headphones however earpieces will be available.
Starting Point : Roundabout at entrance to Speightstown
Assembly Time: 15 minutes before departure time
|Monday||9:30 - 12.30|
|Friday||9.30 - 12.30|