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We came here to visit this magnificent tree, the Baobab tree. It stood in all its splendour, still with a few beautiful flowers hanging down. We feel very privileged to have seen it. The park itself is a nice area with plenty of trees to...More
The tree is absolutely stunning to see, its vast and very impressive to see something that has lived for a very long time. What is a great shame is that it is not more cared for and that the surroundings are a bit run down....More
Queens Park House seems to have been completely refurbished since the last photos were added to TA. It looks very smart and is now an arts venue. The other buildings in the grounds of the park have had work too but the gardens themselves, and...More
Queen's Park is a very well maintained park on the outskirts of Bridgetown that has some enormous trees growing there, possibly hundreds of years old. Lots of mature trees and shrubs and grass areas make this park a relaxing place to come.
This is a definite place to go on xmas morning, you will see bajans at their finest dress code in churches attired, reflecting the bygone days of pleasure and cultural heritage. If u r in Barbados at xmas the park after 5 o'clock mass is...More
Visited last week and it was a pleasant way to spend an hour just walking around without the hustle and bustle of the town. Information boards are good if a little repetitive. As with most sites needs constant attention or it will quickly deteriorate. Baobab...More