The Barbados National Trust owns this lush tropical garden, which contains specimens of plants -- many of them labeled -- that were here before the English settlers landed in 1627 and later imports that include cocoa bushes, and trees from which both cloves and nutmeg are produced. Occasionally, you'll spot a wild monkey amid the flora. You can also see breadfruit trees that are supposedly descendants of the seedlings brought ashore by Captain Bligh, of Bounty fame.
Welchman Hall Gully
St. Thomas, Barbados
Our Rating Neighborhood Welchman Hall, St. Thomas Hours Daily 9am-4pm Phone 246/438-6671 Prices Admission $12 adults, $6 children 5-12, free for children 4 and under Web site Welchman Hall Gully
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