Open Hours: Mo to Th from 09:30 AM to 04:00 PM,Fr from 09:30 AM to 03:00 PM
This well-known liquor manufacturer gives tours of its facilities free of charge. Established in 1962, the company has gained ... More
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 the distillery and learn about the distilling process. At the end of the tour, sample the Bacardi array of rum products. You can also buy rum at a large discount. The distillery is on New Providence's southern coast.
When we were there, the distillery in the Bahamas was in the process of closing. Tours are no longer being offered. We were only able to watch a video, see the collection of antique bottles, and sample the products.
As other reviews have stated, there really isn't much to see other than the warehouse where the barrels are kept. (And the smell is REALLY strong!)
The whole tour is free and they do give you free samples of different Bacardi liquors (don't forget to tip your bartender!) There is also a small gift shop where you can find great deals on Bacardi!
I highly recommend for ADULTS touring The Bahamas. :)
One of the reviewers said to come when there are sea animals... there are no sea animals!
The Bacardi tour was free to us (Sandals allowed 13 couples to go free) but it was average. We got to go into the room where they keep the barrels of rum and it was very strong!! The tour was very short-- maybe 20 minutes max-- however, we were able to sample as much rum as we wanted and the gift shop had awesome prices!!
I don't think this tour is appropriate for children-- being that you can drink all you want. I just wouldn't bring my own kids to it (unless they were 21).
After reading about the distillery I was excited to visit but was let down. When you reach a distillery there are no signs or anyone there to point you in the right direction for the tour. The tour was quick and the shop was nothing exciting. The free alcohol does make it a nice stop!
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