We visited Nelsons Dockyard as part of the pink panther day trip... is well worth a visit & would definitely go back again
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Part of our tour to Antigua included a visit to Nelson's Dockyard. Our guide gave us a brief history lesson and then we were on our own to tour the yard, including the museum. We conversed with a local gentleman who had some great stories...More
Worth a visit to see the old buildings and museum. Some very pleasant places to stop for a drink and little shops to browse. Well kept and managed.
On a Taxi ride to this side of island we stopped at Nelson's dockyard fir around 30 minutes. The views of the dockyard form Shirley heights is better but there is a small museum to see and restaurants and it was a nice stop for...More
This is another of those 'must-see' places on any trip around the island of Antigua. There is a museum with some interesting finds, and a walk around the English Harbour area is recommended where one can see a selection of old anchors, chains and winding...More
We visited Nelson's Dockyard as part of an Island Safari trip so it included the tour guide for the dockyard in our tour price. It's a quaint area, with plenty of history and interesting things to look at. There's some nice restuarants and a pub...More
We stopped here at 3:05 p.m. on a Tuesday afternoon. We were hoping to sit back and enjoy the scenery with a glass of wine, but all of the restaurants had closed at 3 p.m. It was pretty much a ghost town. Some little shops...More
Not everyone's idea of the best way to spend a lazy afternoon but it's well worth a visit. An hour to absorb the rich history of the area and a good choice of places to get refreshments. No visit to Antigua should omit this attraction!