Private Pedicab Tour of Downtown Nassau Attractions
When giving as a gift, your recipient can choose a date at their convenience during a booking process. Otherwise, you can choose one after checkout and voucher redemption.
- Use of Pedicab
- Admission Fees
- Bluetooth Audio Earpieces
- Bottled water
- Hotel Pickup
Queen's StaircaseThis beautiful limestone staircase was hewn by slaves over the course of 16 years. This stairwell gave soldiers easy access to the nearby Fort Fincastle in case of an attack.
Water TowerThis concrete reinforced tower Stands about 216 feet above sea level and was built to maintain water pressure in the city of Nassau.
Fort FincastleGuests will ascend the staircase to the fort to view and position the canons that were once manned by British troops to protect the Eastern part of the island.
Parliament SquareParliament Square is where you will find a collection of bright pink and white government buildings including the House of Assembly, The Senate, Supreme Court and also a statue of Queen Victoria.
- When open to the public, the Nassau public library and museum invites guests to view artifacts from Arawak natives and colonial times, housed in what were formerly prison cells. (pass by)
Graycliff ChocolatierBuilt by a famous pirate of the Caribbean, this hotel, restaurant and winery has a wealth of history that spans the history of Nassau. Chocolate and wine tasting!
The National Art Gallery of The BahamasGuests get an insight into Bahamian culture and history through artwork and sculptures by Bahamian artists. The property also includes a sculpture garden
- This pink and white colonial style mansion is the official residence of the Governor General of The Bahamas. It is the former site of a statue of Christopher Columbus. (pass by)
John Watling's DistilleryHere at the Buena Vista estate, we take tour of the distillery and see how rum is bottled by hand. Samples of rum, vodka and gin available.
Pirates of Nassau MuseumGuests learn about the golden age of piracy in Nassau as we tour this interactive exhibit.
If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.