The boys liked this-I thought it was ok. There is some interesting history and the building are nice. Location is by the waterfront and we viewed it from a boat a few days before which I thought gave a more interesting view of the area....More
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We thought we would go and have a look at the dockyard while on Antigua, it was OK, we saw The Old Admirals House which is now a museum of charts, Indian relics, pictures, etc., The Admirals Inn has been converted to a hotel. A...More
We visited this out of season so had a tour guide all to ourselves. It was very informative and the place is beautiful and stunning. Well worth going to understand nelsons history
We visited during Sailing week, fabulous yachts, lovely atmosphere, buzzy and very safe. We stayed in Falmouth so went to the dockyard most days, although the Adventure Antigua boat trip we did also came into to the dockyard - must say this really was the...More
Really enjoyed our trip to Nelsons Dockyard. We took the tour which was very quick but gave us some useful facts. Children loved wandering around and with a lovely breeze we had time to sit and relax. We had the most delicious lunch at Admiral...More
Great place to visit and learn about. Wood working store had some great stuff. Very reasonable. Lot's of cannons! Perfect place for some Antiquian History.
Architecturally brilliant. Lots of historic things to see (museums and old English naval buildings).
We went on a Monday with Almond Peters, who runs and owns Pelican Safari Tours (a must-do and we highly recommend his tour). We really appreciated seeing this site, as they have historical markers all around and a great museum. They have little shops and...More
Spent about an hour down here, Great place for lunch and get some shopping in. Has several historical buildings and a museum that you can tour. The Admirals Inn is built right into one of the historic sites.
Visited when the Classic Yacht Regatta was on and it was a wonderful spot to see the fantastic boats. Would recommend it.