Turner's Beach and Lunch -
Relax on one of our most popular beaches, lovely views and historical past
Nelson's Dockyard, Dow Hill Interpretation Center, Shirley's Heights, Fig Tree Drive and Stop for Lunch at Turner's Beach. English Harbour, Antigua's historic district, is focused on the 15sq. miles of Nelson's Dockyard National Park. Developed as a base for the British Navy in the great age of sail. The harbour served as the headquarters of the fleet of the Leeward Islands during the late 18th century. Today Nelson's Dockyard has been completely restored. It is now the only Georgian dockyard in the world.
Dow's Hill Interpretation Center, is a place visitors can watch an impressive multimedia presentation of Antigua's history. From its initial settlement to independence. Observation decks at Dow's Hill provide another fine view of the harbour. Further above the harbour, at Shirley's Heights, are the partially-restored fortifications of the harbour's colonial observation post. The view from Shirley's Heights extends out over the harbour and far across the Caribbean to neighboring islands.
- Parties of 2 are welcome - Please contact us for rates.
- Special Rate for Group Tours (12 or more persons) - please contact us for rates.
Private tours also available upon request.
- Complementary Rum and Fruit Punch for Group Tours.
- Government approved Taxi Fares
- Taxi Fares: Originating at Heritage Quay Port
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