We enjoyed the tour and the history of the garrison, visited the tunnels, Geo Washington House, the barracks and changing of the guard.
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My daughter and I took a cab from Bridgetown to see the George Washington house. We were not disappointed. We arrived as the last tour was starting and our guide was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the house. Sadly, he said it is people from...More
probably a really good tour for americans but the absolute focus on George washington and his life etc was really of no interest to me. I did expect it to be more about the general history etc and less about George. Guides were really nice...More
We had a delightful tour round this house with a very knowledgeable guide.The house is light and airy with a lovely position on the hill.This is a must for people interested in history and there is even an interesting video to watch.
George Washington went to Barbados as a 19 year old accompanying his older brother who was suffering from TB. According to the info nation GW had no military training or interest. He meets and spends time in the powerful military garrison....his brother dies, he becomes...More
Visited here with my family. Price was reasonable, tour guide well informed, and staff very friendly. Tour guide was a volunteer who didn't harass for tips. They were kind enough to call for a cab after our tour.
Small but fascinating, introductory film explains the history and then a tour of the ground floor of the house. A splendid tea room serving proper English tea and cake on site just added to the charm. Take you National Trust cards for a discounted entry...More
While in Barbados you need to explore the culture as well as the beaches. Dinner with George, (which takes place certain months of the year) is a night out that you will be thrilled that you signed up for. The Dinner Theatre has been taking...More
We happened upon this after having breakfast at the small cafe located at the entrance. We toured the tunnels and then toured the house where he and his brother once stayed. The grounds were beautiful and well kept. Very informative as our tour guide walked...More
I wish my timing was better, but as often happens when you don't follow a plan you sometimes miss things. What I missed was the Dinner with George. I could not find it on any website (including now as I write this). The guide on...More