Historica area, lots to learn here, so so touristy : make sure there is not a cruise ship in St Johns when you go..
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Stop to stroll, go to the beach, the marina and restaurant. Very pleasant area. You feel safe, and able to see a island paradise hot stop every corner you go.
Visited here on trip from cruise ship. This area is like a piece of england in antiga. Plenty of yachts to view in harbour. Clean toilets, good restaurants, a bakery and museum. Market stalls just inside entrance. Well worth the visit.
I was on an excursion so had little time but as a historian and shopper I wish I had at least a half day or more here. A restored dockyard with many artifacts, museum, gift shops, craft shop and restaurants. This is a do not...More
Situated in English Harbour, Nelson's Dockyard is a British Georgian naval base that is well worth tearing yourself away from relaxing on a beach to visit. The buildings have been renovated in part fairly recently and were constructed with as much original material as possible....More
During a week staying at the Inn at English Harbour-we took a boat trip 4 times to visit this place as it was firstly very interesting secondly very attractive and thirdly had a number of small restaurants which served very good food so what not...More
This is a historical landmark of Antigua named after Admiral Nelson. This dockyard was not only a repair facility but also the base of the British naval fleet in the West Indies.