This small museum is eclectic, with exhibits ranging from Junkanoo costumes to remnants from sunken ships. However, all ... More
This small museum is eclectic, with exhibits ranging from Junkanoo costumes to remnants from sunken ships. However, all relics and exhibits do have one thing in common: everything is Bahamian. It's an interesting and curious collection. The building itself, formerly a residence, was built in 1820. Other memorabilia here includes old Bahamian coins, maps, stamps and old bottles salvaged from the sea. It's a quirky place but worth a stop if you have a few extra mintues in Nassau.
If you can't afford a trip to Mexico, head down to Senor Frog's instead. It belongs to a chain of
Mexican restaurants and is also one of the city's most popular party venues. With yummy food and delicious drinks ...
Nassau's rich pirate history is remembered at this popular downtown attraction. It takes up nearly a whole block, just off
the main shopping drag. Visitors tour a full scale pirate ship, a dungeon and a cheerily debauched pirate community. ...
This well known liquor manufacturer gives tours of its facilities free of charge. Established in 1962, the company has gained
a worldwide reputation for producing excellent rum at reasonable prices. Make reservations in advance to take the tour through ...
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