Discover the best top things to do in New Providence Island, Bahamas including Coin of the Realm, Balcony House, Nassau Public Library & Museum, Queen's Staircase, Fort Montagu, Adelaide Village, Fort Charlotte, Fort Fincastle, Blackbeard's Tower, The Deanery.
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5.0 based on 32 reviews
Just home from the Bahamas after a most fantastic trip. I went looking for a gold coin from the Bahamas and I found it at "the One and Only Coin shop"!!! It was a great find - a 20 dollars coin in gold from 1967 (proof version). Great service from the most friendly people - Karen and her mom. And a super price too not to forget. Great place to look for coins from the Bahamas - you will not regret a visit to the shop. Best regards from Denmark, Anders.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
The oldest wooden structure on the island, built in the 18th century.
My husbad and I had the tour guide to ourselves about an hour before closing time. She was very thorough and informative. Definitely worth a visit as we love buildings that show how people lived decades ago, and we happily made a donation.
4.0 based on 2,169 reviews
This limestone staircase was built by slaves to honor Queen Victoria's help in the abolition of slavery in the Bahamas.
This weekend we took a cruise to Nassau, Bahamas. Looking for things to do when getting off the ship we searched trip advisor to find things to do asides from the typical excursions offered by the cruise line. Best decision ever. Thank you Marvelous tours. Our tour guide Marvin was amazing. Marvelous uses a nice newer clean ford transit 350 passenger van with great air conditioning. (Most other tours driving around use some sketchy looking busted vans that look like they are transporting prisoners.) Marvin was very funny, very accommodating (provided cold water bottles and battery powered fans mid-tour thankfully, it was HOT), and more importantly very knowledgeable of his hometown. We went to the tea shop, rum cake shop, fort fincastle with shops, rum distillery, queen staircase, Atlantis, along with drive-by’s of various monuments and important buildings. Marvelous tours made our time in Nassau fantastic. I highly recommend this tour if you want to have a great time. Thank you Marvin and Marvelous Tours!!
4.0 based on 50 reviews
The oldest fort on the island, also a place to kick back and relax on well-manicured lawns overlooking the ocean.
for $2 you get to enter this fort and are presented with a friendly knowledgeable guide whom gives you a quick history
4.0 based on 480 reviews
Underground passages and dungeons lie underneath this old fort, built in 1787.
Our tour of this very old fort became an animated history lesson because of our guide, Veronica, whose dynamic delivery is exceptional. We laughed and appreciated her storytelling ability and learned a lot about Bahamian history in the process. The fort was part of a bicycle tour we were on and while the fort itself and its story were interesting and it provided an amazing overall view, it is Veronica who left the most lasting impression.
3.5 based on 811 reviews
The top of this 126-foot fort offers spectacular panoramic views of the ocean.
It just a wonder site to see. Rich with history behind it. The Water Tower and the Queen Staircase is very close by all are walking distance.
This house is rumored to be the oldest in the Bahamas.
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