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A very historical landmark, the Quen's Staircase is a hidden treasure that is a must see for all visitors. My husband, son and I visited and we were all captivated by the flight of stairs and the view from the fort is breathtaking and gives...More
Queen’s Staircase (also called 66 steps) is Nassau’s most visited attraction. If you know or like to know the History, the place is definitely worth visiting. The 102-foot staircase took 600 slaves 16 years to hand built on solid limestone hills in the late 1700's....More
We visited the Queen's Staircase while our cruise ship was docked in Nassau. It is a reasonable walking distance from the cruise dock. The day was warm and we were quite hot by the time we got to the staircase. Fortunately the corridor leading to...More
We enjoyed hearing the story of Queen Victoria when she visited the Island. The Queen's stairway is quite old and a nice walk down. Thank God we did not have to go back up our taxi driver drove on down while we walked
So it's a stone staircase, average size. Some interesting history around it, and the fort at the top looks interesting. However we went here towards the end of our trip, were out of cash, and they didn't take credit cards so we couldn't really explore...More
We walked from downtown Nassau to the Queen’s staircase. Very easy to reach using Google Maps.
These steps were carved out by slaves in honor of Queen Victoria for abolishing slavery. Each step representing one year of her reign.
After carrying out my usual pre-travel research and seeing this ranked so highly, I thought I'd add this to my itinerary. I was very disappointed.
You'd be hard pushed to spend more than 10 minutes here, so little was there to look at. I am...More