Antigua and Barbuda Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Antigua and Barbuda - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Heritage Quay

  • Store/Shop/Mall

Shopaholics head directly for Heritage Quay, an ugly multimillion-dollar complex. The two-story buildings contain stores that sell duty-free...

Johnson's Point/Crabbe Hill

  • Beach–Sight

This series of connected, deserted beaches on the southwest coast looks out toward Montserrat, Guadeloupe, and St. Kitts. Notable beach...

Museum of Antigua and Barbuda

  • Museum/Gallery

Signs at the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda say "Please touch," encouraging you to explore Antigua's past. Try your hand at the educational...

Nelson's Dockyard

  • Museum Village

Antigua's most famous attraction is the world's only Georgian-era dockyard still in use, a treasure trove for history buffs and nautical...

Parham

  • Town/Village

This sleepy village is a splendid example of a traditional colonial settlement. St. Peter's Church, built in 1840 by English architect...

Pigeon Point

  • Beach–Sight

Near Falmouth Harbour lie two fine white-sand beaches reasonably free of seaweed and driftwood. The leeward side is calmer, the windward...

Pink Beach

  • Beach–Sight

You can sometimes walk miles of this classic strand without encountering another footprint. It has a champagne hue, with sand soft as...

Redcliffe Quay

  • Neighborhood/Street

Redcliffe Quay, at the water's edge just south of Heritage Quay, is the most appealing part of St. John's. Attractively restored (and...

Runaway Beach

  • Beach–Sight

An often unoccupied stretch of bone-white sand, this beach is still rebuilding after years of hurricane erosion, with just enough palms...

Shirley Heights

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

This bluff affords a spectacular view of English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour. The heights are named for Sir Thomas Shirley, the governor...

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