St. George's

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  • 1. Market Square

    Market/Bazaar

    Definitely plan to visit St. George's Market Square, a block from the Cruise Ship Terminal and Esplanade Mall in downtown St. George's. This is the place to buy fresh spices, bottled sauces, and handcrafted gifts and souvenirs to take home. In addition to local spices and heaps of fresh produce, vendors sell baskets, brooms, clothing, knickknacks, coconut water, and more. The market is open every weekday morning but really comes alive on Saturday from 8 to noon. Market Square is also where parades begin and political rallies take place.

    Granby St., St. George's, St. George, Grenada
  • 2. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    The Roman Catholic cathedral, high on a hill overlooking the harbor, is the city's most visible landmark. The Gothic tower dates from 1818.

    Church St., St. George's, St. George, Grenada
    473-440–2999
  • 3. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

    The Roman Catholic cathedral, high on a hill overlooking the harbor, is the city's most visible landmark. The Gothic tower dates from 1818.

    Church St., Grenada
    473-440–2999
  • 4. Ft. Frederick

    Viewpoint

    Overlooking the city of St. George's and the picturesque harbor, historic Ft. Frederick provides a panoramic view of about one-fourth of Grenada. The French began construction of the fort; the British completed it in 1791. Fort Frederick was the headquarters of the People's Revolutionary Government before and during the 1983 coup. Today, it's simply a peaceful spot with a bird's-eye view of much of Grenada.

    Richmond Hill, St. George, Grenada
  • 5. Ft. Frederick

    Overlooking the city of St. George's and the picturesque harbor, historic Ft. Frederick provides a panoramic view of about one-fourth of Grenada. The French began construction of the fort; the British completed it in 1791. Ft. Frederick was the headquarters of the People's Revolutionary Government before and during the 1983 coup. Today, it's simply a peaceful spot with a bird's-eye view of much of Grenada. Visit in the morning for the best photos of the harbor.

    Richmond Hill, St. George, Grenada
    473-440--2279-Ministry of Tourism Grenada

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  • 6. Ft. George

    Ft. George is perched high on the hill at the entrance to St. George's Harbour. Grenada's oldest fort was built by the French in 1705 to protect the harbor, yet no shots were ever fired here until October 1983, when Prime Minister Maurice Bishop and several of his followers were assassinated in the courtyard. The fort now houses police headquarters but is open to the public daily. The 360-degree view of the capital city, St. George's Harbour, and the open sea is spectacular.  Visit in the afternoon for the best photos of the harbor.

    Grand Étang Rd., Grenada
    473-440--2279-Ministry of Tourism Grenada

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  • 7. St. George's Methodist Church

    Built in 1820, the oldest original church building in the city is still in use. It has no spire, unlike the more elaborate churches in St. George's. The building itself was severely damaged by Hurricane Ivan in 2004 but has been completely restored.

    Green St., Grenada
    473-440--2129

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