Naturally made caves have a certain air of mystery, and are certainly fascinating. Harrison's Cave is one such attraction.
A crystallized limestone cavern equipped with a river and even a waterfall makes up the beauty of Harrison's Cave.
Harrison's Cave Signature Tram Tour
The Tram Tour into Harrison's Cave takes you through the caves taverns and past beautiful clear streams and waterfalls aboard the tram. The tour lasts approximately one hour and is available all day between the hours of 8:45 a.m. and 3:45 p.m.
Harrison's Cave Walk-In Cave Tour
Guests who would rather explore the cave on foot can opt for the Walk-In Cave Tour. The tour lasts for about 90 minutes and is only available on Saturday afternoons.
Harrison's Cave Bat Program
Children who want to learn more about the caves and some of the creatures that inhabit them will love the Bat Program. The program is a 45 minute look into the life of the bat, and is only available upon request and in advance.
Harrison's Cave Eco-Adventure Tour
This tour, for the adventurous traveler, is available daily and lasts for four solid hours.
Located on the eastern outskirts of Welchman Hall, Harrison's Cave invites local customers and visitors who are rooming in this village or in the surrounding area. Even if you are not staying particularly close, you are free to drop by to check out the sights. In case you're wondering, Bathsheba is four miles (six kilometers) to the east-northeast.
And, one of the most exciting options while spending some time exploring the area could be enjoying a dish at a restaurant within traveling distance of this cave. The most frequented nearby eatery to Harrison's Cave is Paulo's Churrasco Do Brasil, which has a menu full of Brazilian meals. Naniki Restaurant and are additional dining possibilities in close to this natural attraction. At Pizza Man Doc Warrens you and your companions should be sure to try a bit of Italian cuisine and experience the Barbados culture.
Caves are a great attraction to visit, but there's even more to see during your stay. The following chart includes some other attractions closest to Harrison's Cave.
|Welchman Hall Gully||--||0.4 mi. (6.2 km)||W||Welchman Hall|
|Flower Forest||--||0.7 mi. (5.0 km)||NE||3.1 mi. West-Southwest of Bathsheba|
|Other Attraction||--||--||4.3 mi. East-Southeast of Holetown|
|Hunte's Garden||--||1.7 mi. (3.5 km)||ENE||2.2 mi. South West of Bathsheba|
|Historic Site||1.7 mi. (5.9 km)||SE||3.7 mi. South West of Bathsheba|
|Orchid World||--||2.4 mi. (6.4 km)||SE||3.9 mi. South-Southwest of Bathsheba|
|Cotton Tower Signal||Historic Site||2.6 mi. (2.2 km)||ENE||1.3 mi. South West of Bathsheba|
|Sir Frank Hutson Sugar Museum||Museum||2.8 mi. (2.4 km)||W||1.5 mi. East of Holetown|
The last tour of the cave takes place at 4:30pm.
Harrison's Cave is closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Kadooment Day, and Christmas Day.
The Signature Tram Tour into Harrison's Cave is $30.30(USD) for adults and $15.50(USD) for children and the Walk-In Cave Tour costs $20.20(USD) for adults and $10.10(USD) for children. There is also a Bat Program for children that will cost $7.57(USD) and an Eco-Adventure Tour for adults which costs $101.01(USD).
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