Barbados may be a small island, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t lots of places to see and experience during your stay.
Review our top 10 places to see in Barbados and enjoy the many beautiful locations and exciting sightseeing opportunities the island has to offer.
Come and see Barbados 🙂
Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Visit the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, Grenade Hall Signal Station, and Forest, for the most affordable tourist attraction in Barbados.
Take a relaxing stroll along the brick paths, which meander through a forest of Mahogany Trees. Our Tortoise is likely to be the first animal to greet you. They can be found all around the Wildlife Reserve.
Bushy Park Barbados
Our Bushy Park Ultimate Driving Experiences offer you a chance to see, hear and feel what it’s like to push a racing car or kart to the limit.
Prepare to abandon any preconceived ideas of when a driver should be ‘breaking for a corner’ or how fast a vehicle can go into and out of the corner. Let our professionals get you on the start line, and you will have one of the most exhilarating and memorable experiences of your life.
Mount Gay Visitor Experience
Mount Gay Rum invites guests from around the world to discover the secrets behind Barbados’ most exceptional spirit. Visit the home of the oldest, most famous Rum in the world. Mount Gay Visitor Experience allows visitors to explore the history, heritage, and craft of Mount Gay rums, while special tours treat you to a cocktail mixing session or a traditional Bajan lunch.
Barbados Agricultural Society
The Barbados Agricultural Society is an agricultural organization, which is over 150 years old. It was established in 1845 by an Act of Parliament in Barbados and seeks to represent the interests of the agricultural sector in all relevant forums.
The Society is the secretariat for seven commodity groups representing over 500 farmers with women comprising 30% of the total.
The Flower Forest Botanical Gardens of Barbados is a perfect place to retreat from the hustle of the world and relax for a few hours. Find your tranquility in the Flower Forest Botanical Gardens of Barbados.
No Ordinary Pottery!
Earthworks is an open pottery studio, making functional hand-decorated dinnerware and all kinds of red clay ceramic pieces. You can walk in and see experienced Bajan potters crafting their work.
Barbados Boardwalk and Blakeys Bar and Restaurant in Barbados
Come to Blakey’s Bar and Restaurant on the Barbados Boardwalk to enjoy a great time out with friends, family or that special someone.
Take a romantic stroll on the Barbados Boardwalk while enjoying the view of the beautiful sunset, see the turtle mural and stop at Blakeys Bar and Restaurant and enjoy your dinner under the evening sky in Barbados.
The Crane Resort
Since 1887, the Crane Resort in Barbados has developed from a historic small hotel into a premier luxury resort offering guests an idyllic getaway.
Many of the resort’s superbly appointed suites feature fabulous ocean views and private plunge pools.
The resort overlooks spectacular Crane Beach, named by Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous as “one of the Ten Best Beaches in the world.”
Located in Carlisle Bay, steps away from the island’s capital of Bridgetown is Pirates Cove Beach Bar and Restaurant. The bamboo bar is a great place to hang out and have a pirates brew or a signature pirates burger. Carlisle Bay got its name after the Earl of Carlisle who stole Barbados away from Sir William Courteen in the Great Barbados Robbery.
Continue your pirate party experience on the sea with Black Pearl Party Cruises Aboard the Barbados Jolly Roger.
You can get other ideas from many other places to visit within the many photo galleries on Pinterest and Instagram Barbados.
Barbados Museum of Parliament and National Heroes Gallery
The Barbados Museum of Parliament and National Heroes Gallery invite you to explore the development of democracy in Barbados and the role that the island’s people have played in this growth.
Both are housed in the historic West Wing of Parliament and offer a combination of traditional exhibits, artistic interpretation, and modern interactive museum experience.
By: Brett Callaghan