Sunbury Plantation House, Saint Philip Parish
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Built in 1660 by one of the first settlers on the island, Sunbury Plantation House is a grand home filled with antiques, artwork, and even a collection of horse-drawn carriages. Despite a fire, the attraction still features impeccable rooms and gardens. Look for items once used by the plantation's inhabitants, see old optical machinery and sight-testing equipment brought to the site by a once-resident doctor, and view the largest collection of carriages in the Caribbean. The house also offers a restaurant and bar on site. Add Sunbury Plantation House and other attractions to your Saint Philip Parish trip itinerary using our Saint Philip Parish itinerary planner.
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Having never been to anything like Sunbury Plantation House before it was a real eye opener into another world. We were shown round by the excellent Shelley. It certainly is a beautiful house full of ... read more »
We visited here as part of an island tour & our stop included a brief introduction to the place, an unguided tour and lunch with other tours. They have a fabulous collection of historical "things" and... read more »
To sip tea in a picturesque historic setting visit St. Philip parish's Sunbury Plantation House. A 300 year old great house, grandly furnished, that is a museum open for touring. The people of Barbado... read more »
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