Museum of Antigua and Barbuda Sugar cane plantations once dominated this peaceful landscape. Several of the unique thimble-shaped stone sugar mills still stand as a reminder of the history of slavery during the British colonial era. Take time to visit the small but intensely poignant Museum, it will enrich your visit.
Nicole’s Table Learn to cook local, at a totally hands-on class with Nicole Arthurton in her charming home. Prepare (and eat) an entire meal that might include roti, chicken curry, green vegetables and pumpkin and luscious coconut tart, with a group of like-minded strangers who quickly become friends. Nicole has an attractive unpretentious charm and guides us effortlessly through a delicious experience.
Nelson’s Dockyard The British fleet under Admiral Nelson docked here, loaded with bricks for ballast, and left filled with sugar for British sugar barons. Other ships imported mahogany trees for the massive boat repair yards and palm trees that grow bananas and sweet pineapple. Some were slave ships with “cargo” from Sierra Leone. A world Heritage Site.