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Group visit to Kensington Oval for our first cricket match ever! Bit of a rain delay but it was a wonderful experience and the local Bajans and other on holiday in attendance were very helpful in explaining what was going on when we had questions....More
Kensington Oval has been the home of Barbados cricket since 1982 and the venue for international test matches. The islanders are passionate about the sport and matches tend to take on a carnival atmosphere. If you get a chance to see a test match, you...More
The venue is always well maintained. All sides of the facility give great viewing of the field. There are adequate bathroom facilities, garbage bins and kiosks.
All that is needed to make it A class, is an ATM machine
As a cricket fan, and being in Barbados, visiting the Kensington Oval was an absolute must ... and I was not disappointed! I was lucky enough to be the only person on the tour, and this made the experience really enjoyable, and the tour guide...More
My first visit here after it was first constructed after the world cup left me in awe. It's a very beautiful venue. It is a cricket fan's dream. I attended a few regional matches here and like many other Caribbean islands you see the elderly...More
If you are in Barbados and a cricket fan then this is a must see attraction. Easy to get taxi from Bridgetown centre to the ground and it looks amazingly like The Oval in UK We didn’t go to a cricket match whilst here but...More
All the stands are now covered to a greater or lesser extent. To be sure of being well shaded select seats in the upper one-third of the stand - seats at the bottom near the front may be in direct sunlight as the sun moves... More
All the stands are now covered to a greater or lesser extent. To be sure of being well shaded select seats in the upper one-third of the stand - seats at the bottom near the front may be in direct sunlight as the sun moves round through the day.
The stands were designed by Ove Arrup whose website has photos and plans. Search for wikiarquitectura andthen search that site for Kensington Oval Barbados - sorry by weblinks are not allowed here! I hope that helps. Enjoy your trip and the 'magic' atmosphere of the Caribbean!