St George's attractions

Top Choice Dive Site in St George's

Underwater Sculpture Park

An underwater gallery beneath the surface of the sea, just north of St George’s in Molinière Bay. The project was founded by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor and there are now around 80 works in varying conditi…
Top Choice Fort in St George's

Fort Frederick

Constructed by the French in 1779, Fort Frederick was soon used – paradoxically – by the British in defense against the French, although it never fired a cannon in anger. It’s the island’s best-preserved fort, and o…
Harbor in St George's


A scenic inlet, the Carenage is a great place for a stroll along the water’s edge, taking in the colorful fishing boats and the bustle of supplies being loaded for other islands. At the north end, some of the sturdy…
Fort in St George's

Fort George

Grenada’s oldest fort was established by the French in 1705 and it's the centerpiece of the St George’s skyline. You can climb to the top to see the cannons and bird’s-eye views. Just outside the main fort area is a…
Church in St George's

St George’s Anglican Church

Erected in 1825, St George’s is topped by a squat four-sided clock tower that serves as the town's timepiece, and which didn't cease to work when the building was heavily damaged in the 2004 hurricane. Repairs to th…
Church in St George's

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Sitting pretty at the top of the capital’s hill, St George’s Roman Catholic cathedral provides a great vantage point over the town. Though Hurricane Ivan all but gutted the structure in 2004, it’s since been painsta…
Museum in St George's

Grenada National Museum

Staffed by enthusiastic members, this museum has displays that are a little haphazard. It is mostly dedicated to the original indigenous inhabitants of the island, the colonial period and slavery – there's precious …
Historic Site in St George's

Sendall Tunnel

Monckton St leads to the historic Sendall Tunnel, a narrow 340-ft passageway built in 1894 that burrows through the hill to reach Bruce St and the rest of St George’s. It was built for horse carriages – hence its ti…
Historic Building in St George's

National Library

The poor old national library was once a lovely building but shoddy renovations and now neglect have left it in a dire state. If you look past the broken windows, rotten woodwork and concrete with painted brick work…
Market in St George's

St George’s Market Square

Busiest on Friday and Saturday mornings, this is the largest market in Grenada, with stalls heaped with fresh island produce. It's a colorful sight that is worth checking out even if you're not buying.