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Historic Sites

If you’re often intrigued by the history of a destination, then a tour of the islands’ forts are just for you. Once there you can explore the bowels of the fort. Walk through underground tunnels and passageways or marvel at the picturesque views of the harbor down below. Take a look at the forts below.

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Belmont Estate

Belmont Estate

Located on Grenada | Places of Interest

Just an hour’s scenic drive from St George’s, Belmont Estate offers travelers an exceptional experience, greatly enhancing their holiday whilst maintaining and protecting our natural environment. Belmont ensures visitors gain a real and Eco-friendly taste of Grenada, its history, culture, flavors and traditions.

Fort Frederick

Fort Frederick

Located on Grenada | Forts

Perched atop Richmond Hill at the center of St. George’s, Fort Frederick is a bastion type fort, which offers a 360 view of St. George’s.

Fort George

Fort George

Located on Grenada | Forts

Fort George is considered as the most important historical structure in St. George’s for its part in all the political and military changes that have taken place on the Island over the last three hundred years.

Fort Matthew

Fort Matthew

Located on Grenada | Forts

From battle ground to insane asylum, Fort Matthew is a physical testimony of the conflict endured by the Grenadian people. This 1500 yard fort is the largest on the island and was named after the governor at the time, Governor Edward Matthew. The 18th century bathrooms and army kitchens, underground tunnels and cells are just a few of the intriguing features still found in its natural form.

Grenada National Museum

Grenada National Museum

Located on Grenada | Places of Interest

The main structure of the Grenada National Museum was built in the late 1700s. The building housed three hotels, and then also a warehouse of a local merchant. The Grenada National Museum was opened in 1976. The museum displays historical artifacts and exhibits related to Grenada.

River Antoine Rum Distillery

River Antoine Rum Distillery

Located on Grenada | Places of Interest

This privately owned distillery, whose processes have changed little since the 1800s, is the oldest functioning water-propelled distillery not only in Grenada, but throughout the Caribbean. Ensure that a visit to this estate is part of your spice vacation.

Westerhall Estate

Westerhall Estate

Located on Grenada | Places of Interest

Located on the 500 acre Westerhall Estate in St. David’s, this attraction allows you to see the entire rum making process, enjoy the strictly organic lunches at the estate and sample a variety of rums including our new ‘Spicy Rum Punch.’