Not too much to see here, but worth taking a look - big pink buildings, information about the government history available.
I'd say go almost anywhere else. I mean yeah it's an important part of the islands people and all, but as an attraction I think not. If you want to see something to look at go to the caves and learn about their history, or stop by the Arawack Cay and talk to the proprietors about how this piece of... More
I spend two whole days for experiencing the old side of Nassau and the tourist centre. This house was one of the most beautiful ones. The colors for together in a very nice way. I did not go to the inside but the outside was totally worth it.
I would have loved to have seen the inside and more of the grounds but there were restrictions. Not sure if there are the same restrictions with every tour group, we got to see the outside of the House. Nice view of the port & town from above.
Very formal area and home to the Governor General, usually a great many come to see the home of British Mona rchy
The area around the Parliament building is scenic, although unspectacular. The buildings look like pink houses, with white trim, surrounded by pretty gardens and white picket fences. It is noticeable in that the buildings are so well maintained, but besides that you won't be inclined to notice them amongst the other pink buildings in the area. It's nice to see,... More
The house is located in the top of a hill and you can see the big cruise boats and the Hilton (former Fort Nassau) from there. We didn't enter in the house, I'm not sure if they allow visitors there. It's a huge colonial style mansion and it looks beautiful. The Columbus statue is inside the governors house but you... More
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