The Exclusive Cottons of the Caribbean Ginnery and Visitor Centre offers fascinating guided tours and a gift shop featuring Barbados' remarkable, regal cotton and cotton derivatives! ...more »
Ensuring superior taste and texture; using only the finest materials, Caribbean Cigar manufactures two lines of premium cigars: Sam Lord and Royal Barbados. ...more »
Mount Gay Rum is established as the world's oldest rum dating back to 1703! Tours and wonderful tastings run every hour from Monday to Friday showing how rum is made and the rich and colourful history ...more »
St. Nicholas Abbey, with its history spanning 350 years, its unique Jacobean architecture, restored steam mill and new distillery, is one of the most fascinating treasures of the Western Hemisphere. ...more »
Barbados is the birthplace of rum. Referred to in Barbadian history books from the seventeenth century as Rumbullion or Killdevil, the hellish liquor which started life then has been refined and is enjoying growing global prominence as a fine spirit.
Barbados has been making rum ever since from our own sugar cane and the island boasts several brands that are enjoying an international following. Several fo the refineries and distilleries are open to the public with tours and sampling. They present an interesting history and of course, enjoyable tastings, of the pure rum and its famous punch!
14 Feb - 21 Feb
On February 17th, 1627 the first European settlers arrived at the site of the present day Holetown.... more »
14 Feb - 26 Jun
Holders Farmers Market takes place every Sunday from 9am to Noon at Holders House in St.... more »
16 Feb - 20 Feb
Bridge has enjoyed a long tradition in Barbados. The major Bridge Clubs on the island joined... more »
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