Must see attractions in Bridgetown

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    Parliament Buildings

    On the north side of National Heroes Sq are two stone-block, neo-Gothic-style buildings constructed in 1871. The western building with the clock tower…

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    Barbados Synagogue

    Built in 1833, this small synagogue between James St and Magazine Lane, near National Heroes Sq, was abandoned in 1929 and beautifully restored in 1986…

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    Cricket Legends of Barbados

    A must for cricket fans, this museum is the best of its kind in the Caribbean. The walls are plastered with press clippings and there are many interesting…

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    Nidhe Israel Museum

    Housed in a restored 1750 Jewish community center, this museum documents the fascinating story of the Barbados Jewish community. Admission ticket also…

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    St Michael’s Cathedral

    The island’s Anglican cathedral was originally completed in 1665 to accommodate 3000 worshippers, but came tumbling down in a hurricane a century later…

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    Carlisle Wharf

    A small commercial building that has benches on the waterside overlooking the harbor, and some interesting plaques chart the local maritime heritage.

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    National Heroes Square

    This triangular plaza (formerly known as Trafalgar Sq) marks the bustling center of the city. It honors 10 Bajan heroes, from cricket greats to slave…