Attractions

Top Choice Fort in Scarborough

Fort King George

Atop a hill at the end of Fort St, this sizable fort was built by the British between 1777 and 1779, and is worth a visit to see its restored colonial-era buildings – one of which holds the Tobago Museum – and magni…
Museum in Scarborough

Tobago Museum

The Fort King George officers’ quarters now contain this small but worthy museum, which displays a healthy collection of Amerindian artifacts, maps from the 1600s, military relics, paintings, a small geology exhibit…
Beach in Scarborough

Bacolet Bay

Around the headland to the east of Scarborough is the suburb of Bacolet. This pretty enclave of well-to-do homes and a couple of hotels overlooks the lovely Bacolet Bay Beach, a pretty horseshoe of dark yellow sand …
Gardens in Scarborough

Botanical Gardens

A pretty place to duck out of the heat, with a variety of flowering trees and shrubs, including flamboyants, African tulips and orchids (in an orchid house) laid out over 3 hectares of a former sugar estate. The mos…