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Top Things to do In Anse la Raye 2021



11 things to do found in Anse la Raye
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La Savane des Esclaves

La Savane des EsclavesNearby City

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Open on Sun,9:00am-12:30am;Open on Mon-Sat,9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
Centre d'Interprétation du Patrimoine Paul Gauguin

Centre d'Interprétation du Patrimoine Paul GauguinNearby City

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Open on Sun,9:30am-3:00pm;Open on Tue-Sat,9:30am-5:00pm (Local time)
Banana Museum (Le Musee de la Banane)

Banana Museum (Le Musee de la Banane)Nearby City

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Barbados Museum & Historical Society

Barbados Museum & Historical SocietyNearby City

4/54 Reviews
Open on Mon-Sat,9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"The Barbados Museum, located to the north of the Garrison Racecourse in the southern suburbs of Bridgetown, is a historic building in itself. It was built in 1933 and used to be a prison."
The Barbados Museum

The Barbados MuseumNearby City

4/52 Reviews
"Britain's earliest colony in the Americas, the annual profit generated by the brown sugar from the sugar cane it grows is half that of Spain. Spain has found silver mines, and Britain has found the best cash crops. But planting sugar cane placed too much demand on the physical strength of the slaves. So the death rate of black slaves in the plantation was very high"
Arlington House Museum

Arlington House MuseumNearby City

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Frank Hutson Sugar Museum

Frank Hutson Sugar MuseumNearby City

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Museum of Paliament & National Heroes Gallery

Museum of Paliament & National Heroes GalleryNearby City

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Harry Bayley Observatory

Harry Bayley ObservatoryNearby City

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"Observation Deck"
Musee de la prehistoire amerindienne Edgar-Clerc

Musee de la prehistoire amerindienne Edgar-ClercNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
Open on Mon-Fri,9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"Most of it is the collection of Mr Clerc, who got the ball rolling on pre-European history. Many of the exhibits are not well explained and repetitive, but much is in English and this is the only game in town if you want to learn something of the original inhabitants. In all, it’s very OK. A visit is an hour, max...more like 30 minutes unless you’re really into the topic. Good toilet. Not worth a special trip but if you’re touring the north part of Grande-Terre, you should visit." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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