Sights & Attractions in New Providence and Paradise Islands

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Name Category Location
 
Adelaide Beach
Time your visit to this far-flung beach on the island's southwestern...
Beaches Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
Adelaide Village
The small community on New Providence's southwestern coast sits...
Towns Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
Arawak Cay
Known to Nassau residents as "The Fish Fry," Arawak Cay is one...
Restaurants Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
Ardastra Gardens, Zoo, and Conservation Centre
Marching flamingos? These national birds give a parading performance...
Zoos / Aquariums Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
Atlantis, Paradise Island
The unmistakable sight of this pink fantasia comes into view...
Resorts Paradise Island
 
Balcony House
A delightful 18th-century landmark—a pink two-story house named...
Houses / Mansions Nassau
 
Cabbage Beach
At this beach you'll find 3 mi of white sand lined with shady...
Beaches Paradise Island
 
Cable Beach
Hotels dot the length of this 3-mile beach, so don't expect isolation...
Beaches Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
The Caves
These large limestone caverns that the waves sculpted over the...
Archaeological Sites Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
Christ Church Cathedral
It's worth the short walk off the main thoroughfare to see the...
Religious Sites Nassau
 
Clifton Heritage Park
It's quite a distance from just about any hotel you could stay...
Parks Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
Fort Charlotte
Built in 1788, this imposing fort comes complete with a waterless...
Military Sites Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
Fort Fincastle
Shaped like the bow of a ship and perched near the top of the...
Military Sites Nassau
 
Government House
The official residence of the Bahamas governor-general, the personal...
Government Buildings Nassau
 
Gregory's Arch
Named for John Gregory (royal governor 1849–54), this arch, at...
Memorials / Monuments Nassau
 
Junkanoo Beach
Right in downtown Nassau, this beach is spring-break central...
Beaches Nassau
 
Love Beach
If you're looking for great snorkeling and some privacy, drive...
Beaches Cable Beach and Western New Providence
 
Nassau Public Library and Museum
The octagonal building near Parliament Square was the Nassau...
Libraries Nassau
 
National Art Gallery of the Bahamas
Opened in 2003, the museum houses the works of esteemed Bahamian...
Museums / Galleries Nassau
 
Parliament Square
Nassau is the seat of the national government. The Bahamian Parliament...
Squares Nassau
 
Pirates of Nassau
Take a journey through Nassau's pirate days in this interactive...
Museums / Galleries Nassau
 
Pompey Museum
The building, where slave auctions were held in the 1700s, is...
Museums / Galleries Nassau
 
Potter's Cay
Walk the road beneath the Paradise Island bridges to Potter's...
Markets / Bazaars Paradise Island
 
Prince George Wharf
The wharf that leads into Rawson Square is the first view that...
Transportation Sites Nassau
 
Queen's Staircase
A popular early-morning exercise regime for locals, the "66 Steps"...
Memorials / Monuments Nassau
 
Rawson Square
This shady square connects Bay Street to Prince George Wharf...
Squares Nassau
 
Versailles Gardens
Fountains and statues of luminaries and legends (such as Napoléon...
Gardens / Arboretums Paradise Island
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