Unquestionably the biggest tourist draw on the island, this town is steeped in history. Its key is Nelson's Dockyard, dating to 1743 and presently a port of entry. Under the management of Antigua's National Parks system, the site contains hotels, shops, restaurants, a museum and more. Tours are available several times daily. Apart from the dockyard, there are forts and the village itself to explore. Public buses stop at the entrance to the dockyard regularly.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
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