There's not a great deal to see on Antigua but Nelson's Dockyard is well worth the trip.Entrance charge is USD8 each. Good story boards and the museum is well laid out and interesting - don't catch yellow fever, the cure is worse than the disease! - good use is made of the original buildings as museum, craft shop and restaurants. We ate at 'Copper and Lumber yard inn' in the courtyard, a lovely setting and good food. For yachties or those who just like looking at very large expensive yachts this is heaven - lots to see. There is a small ferry to the restaurants across the harbour.
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