This museum was surprisingly modern inside, with lots of interactive content. The content was varied, covering the history of the island, its geography, slavery, as well as some history of the local (Speightstown) area. Our guide was very helpful, and made sure we got the...更多
The Arlington House dates back to the early 18th century and has really wonderful interactive displays on all 3 floors. A large floor map of 1747 Barbados is quite interesting.
There are also exhibits on Speightstown's glory days when it was an important port. We...更多
Arlington House is home to three floors of history and well worth a visit to hear and see the history of Barbados.
You start on the ground floor listening on small phone handles, to local business people telling us about their trades.
You're then guided...更多
I would recommend this museum if you are interested in Barbados history. There is not much to see, but it is interesting to go inside one of the original houses in Speightstown and learn the history of the town. There is a lot of interactive...更多
The museum is quite small but the exhibits are in 4 rooms on 3 levels. The first floor has panels with a few early pictures of Speightstown and then there are videos of interviews of people telling us about life in the early days. The...更多