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Pelican Point Shopping Ctr, Bridgetown, Barbados
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Reviewed 27 March 2013

We were looking for a particular item and made a special trip. They did not stock it but the Pelican Cafe owner, Lynette, rang and found a number, sorted us out and offered to take us to our next destination - all without being asked...More

2  Thank maddiellie
Reviewed 18 March 2013

We visit the centre each time we come and have noticed that many of the shops are closing down. One visit is sure to entertain you, that is Gloria in her basket shop. Talk to her about cricket and her flags and Feddie Flintoff

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Reviewed 26 February 2013

This is a place where you can get your arts and crafts, which is locally made. The items are well craft, very artistic. Good for the tourist as well. I like it here.

Thank cheese456
Reviewed 26 February 2013

I liked the layout of the shops, good parking and nice selection of local arts and crafts all in one spot. About 15-20 shops. Prices not too bad. BUT the atmosphere is uncomfortable, some negative attitudes from some shopkeepers. They have tourist fatigue.Go if you...More

1  Thank canada777-1207
Reviewed 31 August 2012

The Pelican Craft Center is a good place, though only with some stores open, to find local craft work done by the Barbadians. The glass works and pottery are of extreme quality and with very reasonable prices. Besides, the place is usually empty and a...More

1  Thank Podolano
Reviewed 11 August 2011

My wife and went to the Pelican Craft Center during our 2011 trip to Barbados, we had passed by it in 2010 but never had a chance to stop. It was quite disappointing, because the majority of the stores in Pelican are out of business...More

1  Thank smertie
Reviewed 20 July 2008

My boyfriend and I decided to visit Pelican Craft Center after our plans for the day got canceled due to weather. I really didn't find many things there that were different from the other things I had seen around Bridgetown. As the other reviewers noted,...More

1  Thank msw0603
Reviewed 9 March 2008

located near the cruise ship terminal, and full of craft shops for the more unusual gifts as opposed to the normal tourist gifts you normally see that no one really wants, there is also a good place to stop and eat and as the other...More

7  Thank caribglobetrotter
Reviewed 30 December 2005

This is a good place to buy gifts for friends back home. There were hardly any people there. Although, I am guessing it gets busy when a cruise ship docks, being near the harbour. The small craft shops hold something for everybody, and a well...More

7  Thank London_Toffeeman
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James R
23 March 2016|
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Response from stewartconnelly | Reviewed this property |
Sorry can't help I have been twice in 2015 and most of the shops were open,but I cannot remember the times
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John W
9 January 2016|
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Response from sandip R | Reviewed this property |
shops are usually open between 10am -4pm there although few were closed at 12 Noon we went. There is a cafe we don't go in. you wont miss anything if you can't go there.
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John W
27 December 2015|
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Response from soojim | Reviewed this property |
Advertise it better Tidy it up Make the shops look as if they are open It is odd that all the Americans on the ships walk right on by, why
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