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Top Things to Do in Nassau, Bahamas from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Sandy Toes, Rose Island, Bahamas

Sandy Toes, Rose Island, Bahamas - a true escape from Nassau to your own private island.

Cable Beach - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cable Beach is a 22 kilometres (14 mi) stretch of beach near Broome, Western Australia. Cable Beach was named after the telegraph cable laid between Broome and Java in 1889.

National Art Gallery of The Bahamas

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is an art gallery in Nassau, The Bahamas. In September 2011 the gallery announced Amanda Coulson, as the new Director and 4 new staff appointments. John Cox joined the gallery in January 2012 as Chief Curator. The gallery is housed in the restored 1860s Villa Doyle.

Atlantis Paradise Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Atlantis Paradise Island is a resort and waterpark located on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. Officially opened in 1998, the resort was created by South African hotel magnate Sol Kerzner and Kerzner International Limited. Paradise Island first opened its Coral and Beach Towers as the Trump Plaza, then changed its name to Atlantis when the Royal Towers were built.

Arawak Cay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arawak Cay, also referred to as " Fish Fry", is an area in the Bahamas. It is known for its "local" eateries on West Bay Street, about 15 minutes from downtown Nassau and 25 minutes from Atlantis Paradise Island resort.


Junkanoo is a street parade with music, dance and costumes in many towns across The Bahamas every Boxing Day (December 26), New Year's Day and, more recently, in the summer on the island of Grand Bahama. The largest Junkanoo parade happens in Nassau, the capital.

Bahamas Clifton Heritage National Park

The park encompasses native coppice, eroding cliffs, coastal wetlands, ancient building, rocky shores, sandy beaches, coral reefs birds, and other wildlife.

Government House, The Bahamas

Government House is the official residence of the Governor General of the Bahamas. Built on a hill known as Mount Fitzwilliam and completed in 1806, this imposing stuccoed-coral-rock building on Duke Street is the Bahamian archipelago's foremost example of Georgian Colonial architecture.

Parliament Square (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Parliament Square is a square in the City of Westminster, London.

Fort Charlotte (Nassau)

Fort Charlotte is a British-colonial era fort built on a hill over-looking the harbor of Nassau, The Bahamas. The fort sits a short walk west of downtown Nassau and the cruise ship terminal. The fort was constructed in the late 18th century by British colonial governor Lord Dunmore after the end of the American Revolutionary war.

Thomas Robinson Stadium

Thomas Robinson Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Nassau, Bahamas. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium currently has a capacity of 15,000 people, but has the ability to be expanded to hold 30,000 people. At the morning of Monday, 22 August 2011, Bahamas national football team was withdrawn by FIFA, from the 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

Balcony House

Balcony House

Bahamas National Archives

Welcome to the official web site of the Department of Archives, the National Archives of The Bahamas. It is the primary repository of the history of The Bahamas.