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Shirley Heights, English Harbour
Categories: Lookouts, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Revel in the weekly festivities and views from Shirley Heights. Every Sunday evening, a steel drum band soundtracks a delicious barbecue, complete with dancing and colorful sunsets. After sundown, local party bands will entertain you right through the evening, attracting tourists and locals alike, and providing plenty of opportunities to mingle and socialize. Most visitors bring their cameras to capture the views and sunsets. Put Shirley Heights at the forefront of your travel plans using our Saint Paul Parish vacation generator.
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What a wonderful evening. We went early saw the steel band & with hindsite should have stayed for the later session with reggae band. However that's for next time@
The Sunday festival was fun. Steel Drum and Reggae Bands and a lot of alcohol and food. We got there about an hour before sunset and the party was well established by the time we got there. It was def... read more »
Shirley heights is a little party/Barbeque spot on top of a hill with a beautiful view. They have a party there every Sunday evening, and even in the off season you will find lots of people there. The... read more »
David Draper II
This is a beautiful place to stop on a tour of Antigua. We came on the Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas. If you come on Windstar's cruise ships, come at night and on Sunday's they have a huge party here :) The sellers here are a bit weird but the views are well worth the stop.
Absolutely stunning views from several points along the road up to Shirley Heights guardhouse. Lovely evening with friends, dancing, drums, a good cocktail and whiskey! Necessarily dedicate one night of the party!
Amazing views, and good fun on their BBQ and music nights. Recommend Thursday nights (rather than Sunday) to avoid huge crowds of tourists.
Went there yesterday lovely atmosphere Shame a lighting storm came but never the less lovely
Breathe taking views across the English Harbour! We went on a Thursday which was relatively quiet but still worth a visit. The BBQ Chicken tasted amazing and the Rum punch washed it all down nicely.
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