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Parliament Square during the Explore Nassau Walking TourPink historical parliament square

Explore Nassau Walking Tour

Join your local Bahamian guide on this Nassau walking tour which gives you a great overview and understanding of modern day Nassau. In Rawson Parliament Square you will be surrounded by flamingo-pink government houses with a distinctly colonial feel. Hear about the Bahamian system of government and take a photo of Queen Victoria's statue. Make your way to Fort Fincastle, built in 1793 and used as a bastion of defense with 12 canons and 1 howitzer among its armament. Ascend the 66 limestone steps of the Queen's Staircase named in honor of Queen Victoria. This tour is perfect for those who enjoy touring in small, intimate groups and want an up close and personal look at Nassau. You will only be able to view areas accessible on foot.

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