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Built by the French in 1704 as an Army
Baracks is located at the corner of
Young Street It was then used as
a female prison until 1880 and later as a warehouse. Now displays relics of Grenadian culture, artefacts and history from Pre-Amerindian to present.
Where cannons are symbols of
Grenada’s embattled past stands proudly at the entrance on Grand Etang Road to protect the city’s harbour. Now home to police headquarters. The revolutionary leader and prime minister, Maurice Bishop and some of his cabinet were executed in 1983 here.
Cruise ships now dock directly at the Melville Street Cruise Terminal in St. George’s, Grenada’s capital. On busy days, cruise vessels can also berth at the north end of the main quay or drop anchor in the outer harbor, where tenders bring guests to shore. The terminal holds the state-of-the-art Cruise Welcome Centre and the spacious Esplanade Mall. The island offers an untold variety of attractions, from the 45 sun-kissed beaches to Grand Etang Forest. From the cruise terminal, stroll through the 125-year-old Sendall Tunnell to reach the Carenage, said to be one of the most picturesque ports in the Caribbean. Visit the Market Square you’ll see nutmeg, mace, ginger cinnamon, turmeric, and a host of other spices fresh from picking and processing. A popular gift are spice-necklaces and mini spice baskets.
Voted the prettiest harbour in the Caribbean. Take a relaxing stroll along the waterfront and view yachts and fishing boats.
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Voted most "Eco Friendly"