Fodor's Expert Review Queen's Park and Queen's Park Gallery

Bridgetown Museum/Gallery
Free

This national park is the site of beautiful gardens, a children's playground, a sports/events field, and one of the island's two immense baobab trees. Brought to Barbados from Guinea, West Africa, around 1738, this tree has a girth of more than 60 feet. Queen's Park House, built in 1783 and the historic home of the British troop commander, now houses the Daphne Joseph Hackett Theatre, which hosts special events and exhibits, and the Queen's Park Gallery, which features work by both emerging and established artists.

Museum/Gallery Park (National/State/Provincial) Free Arts/Performance Venue Green Historical Family

Quick Facts

Constitution Rd.
Bridgetown, St. Michael  Barbados

246-427–2345-gallery

www.ncf.bb/queens-park-gallery

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free, Gallery closed Sun. and Mon.

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