Bridgetown is the capital city of Barbados. Being a popular tourist destination on Caribbean cruises as well as a hotspot for island lovers you can be sure there’s always a lot of things to do in Bridgetown.
Shoppers should head over to Broad Street, which is the main part of the town. There are lots of department stores, as well as duty free shopping places. Other town streets like Swan, Roebuck and Tudor offer small stores and street vendors.
The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is a tropical sanctuary for animals and birds. The animals walk around free so visitors can watch them in a natural environment. One of the most popular animals in the Barbados Wildlife Reserve is the Barbados green monkey. Come and see for yourself and bring the family.
Bridgetown and Barbados is known for its famous beaches and beach bars to sit, talk, take in the sea air and sunshine as well as meet the locals. One of the most popular is the Suga Suga beach bar at Mullins Bay. You can go for a swim and then get a great sandwich and beer.
History lovers should go to one of the many museums, like the George Washington House, Hudson Sugar Museum, Arlington House Museum, or the Barbados Museum.
Bridgetown and Barbados has what is called a tropical wet and dry climate. Holiday goers can come here all year long because the temperature doesn’t vary much and ranges from a low record temperature of 16 °C (60.8 °F) to a high of 35 °C (95.0 °F). Come in the springtime if you want to see the yearly Grand Kadooment Carnival Parade, which attracts more than 85,000 people.
So have some fun on your next holiday and head to Bridgetown. Taking in the sights, enjoying great food, hanging out on the beach, visits at the zoo are just some of the many amazing things to do in Bridgetown. Enjoy!
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