Fort Montague is the oldest fort in the Islands of The Bahamas. Built in 1742, the fort consists of barracks for officers and guards, a guard room, a storage for ammunition and 4 cannons still standing.
Pretty in Pink
A popular historic attraction, Government House is recognized as one of the best examples of Georgian Colonial architecture in the Islands.
Island Culture Set In Stone
Visit one of our most famous attractions, the Queens’ Staircase—65 steps that were hand-carved out of solid limestone in 1794.
Christ Church Cathedral
Known as the “Mother Church” of all the Anglican churches, this church was the first one built in the Bahamas.
Pirates of Nassau Museum
Located in downtown Nassau, this interactive museum is a great place for kids to explore and experience the history.
A stroll in Parliament Square
Parliament Square is filled with historical government buildings including the Senate, also known as Upper House, the Eastern Building and the Western Building.
The largest fort on New Providence Island, Fort Charlotte originally had 42 cannons (seven remain) but no shots were ever fired.
The Queen's Staircase & Fort Fincastle
Climb the 65 steps carved out of solid limestone by slaves in the late 18th century and near the top, you’ll find the ruins of Fort Fincastle.
Colonial Culture On The Island
Take a walking tour to experience Nassau Paradise Island and visit some of our many cultural and historical sites.
Dancing In The Street
Join in the Junkanoo celebrations that are rich in spirit and rich in culture.