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Explore Barbados’ Heritage During the National Trust’s Open House Season

by Karen Rollins Feb 12, 2024

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Barbados National Trust Open House 2024

The Barbados National Trust’s 2024 Open House Season is set to continue throughout February and March.

The three-month long season gives locals and visitors a chance to explore and admire some of the most impressive, unusual, and historic properties and sites on the island. 

There are 12 venues opening their doors to the public this year from January to March. Clifton Hall in St John, George Washington House and MuseumPEG Farm, and St John’s Parish Church were on the itinerary in January.

The Mount Gay Distillery in St Lucy kicked off the February schedule.

Below is the list of properties you can still explore during the rest of the season:

14 February

Illaro Court, St Michael

21 February

The Synagogue Historic District, St Michael

28 February

State House, St Michael

6 March 

All Saints Church, St Peter

13 March

Landis Garden Tea Party, St John

20 March

Fustic House, St Lucy

27 March

Tyrol Cot, St Michael

If you are interested in seeing these unique properties and finding out more about Barbados’ rich and varied past, the gates at each venue opens at 1.45pm with tours starting from 2pm until 5pm.

General admission for adults is $50 (BBD) and children aged 12 and under are free. There are concessions for members of the Barbados National Trust as well as retired persons, children accompanied by an adult, and students with ID.

Barbados National Trust Open House 2024

Visit the Barbados National Trust’s official website for more details.