St. Nicholas Abbey

St. Nicholas Abbey

Activities, Featured, History, Parish of Saint Peter
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] St. Nicholas Abbey Barbados has a long a storied past. Historic mansions, plantation homes, and massive private residences dot the island dating from the Colonial period over 300 years ago. One of the most stunning is the lovingly preserved manor house at the St. Nicholas Abbey in the parish of Saint Peter. This 350-year old sugar plantation housed an operational sugar mill and distillery up until the 1940s. The cane is still grown on the property and used to manufacture high-quality rum and other sugar goods available for purchase—an authentic piece of Caribbean history! The Historic Jacobian Mansion at St. Nicholas Abbey This old plantation house is unlike any other on Barbados. In fact, it is one of only three surviving Jacobian mansions in the western hemisphere. Visitors are…
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