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Parliament Buildings, Bridgetown

Categories: Government Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Built in a Neo-Gothic style redolent of Victorian Britain, Parliament Buildings stand as architectural landmarks and make up part of a World Heritage-listed area. The two 19th-century coral-limestone structures served as the seat of the colonial parliament in the late 19th century. Today, you can tour the interior--but be sure to dress appropriately for your visit (no shorts or T-shirts). Head into the onsite museum to bring your visit alive with information and historical background. Put Parliament Buildings and other Bridgetown attractions into our Bridgetown vacation route planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • good site to learn about the history of this country (Museum). structure and unique design, perfect ara history lovers
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  • The Very of colonial style architecture. We have been there many times, and it's always a tradition to visit the main square. 
  • This gave us interesting insights into the history of Barbados and the island's heroes. There were interactive displays and commentaries to guide one through the development of the island's culture. 
  • Museum entry is 5usd dollars and it takes about 45 mins to get thru it .
  • The Parliament Buildings of Barbados are located at the top of Broad Street. The Barbados Parliament is a historic building and was established in 1639. I red is the third oldest Parliament in the entire Commonwealth. It was an awesome visit. *****
  • Mini Big Ben
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  • Amazing historic buildings! Visit the museum of parliament and heroes gallery!
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