Barbados National Heroes Gallery

This museum opened in 2004, takes guests through the history of the Parliamentary process in Barbados, beginning in 1639 and continuing until this day. The Museum of National Heroes will show how the early Parliament progressed from being a tool of the nobility to the voice of the public.


In addition to showing the history of Parliament, the museum also offer a breadth of knowledge on ten National Heroes of Barbados, people that include social activists, founding fathers, great artists, and other that have made Barbados into the nation it is today.

Staying Close

Downtown Bridgetown is a good option for those wishing to visit Barbados National Heroes Gallery, since guests staying in this area of Barbados will be excited to have easy access to this museum during their time there. There are a notable bunch of lodgings in the district around Barbados National Heroes Gallery.

Hotels near Barbados National Heroes Gallery
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Melbourne Hotel and Apartments Hotel 0.8 mi. (2.0 km) E
Bajan Beach Cottages Cottages 0.9 mi. (2.0 km) SSE
Radisson Aquatica Resort Resort 1.0 mi. (2.2 km) SSE
Grand Barbados Beach Resort Resort 1.1 mi. (2.2 km) SSE
Island Inn Hotel Hotel 1.1 mi. (2.3 km) SSE
Hilton Hotel Barbados Hotel 1.3 mi. (2.4 km) S
Sweetfield Manor Historic Inn B & B 1.4 mi. (2.9 km) SE

Location and What's Nearby

Barbados National Heroes Gallery is located in the heart of downtown Bridgetown.

You will not be able to park at the Parliament parking lot, so you will need to find another place to park your car, or take public transportation.

Outdoor activities like hitting a few rounds of golf and water sports are by no means hard to come by in the vicinity. Museum patrons also interested in golfing should look into the nearest course, Rockley Golf Course. Lazy days can also be spent at Carlisle Bay, the closest beach. Happily, at least two other outdoor options remain in the surrounding area. You will encounter a fair number of other interesting places to get away from the sun in this general vicinity. You'll find two spots worth checking out -Lord Nelson's Bronze Statue and National Heroes Square- which are both situated not far from the museum.


Operating Hours

The museum is open 9:00am until 4:00pm throughout the week, except for Tuesday and Sunday, when the museum is closed.


Arrive at this landmark with plans to hand over the total cost of admission, which your party can learn by calling ahead.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (246) 310-5400

Location: Broad Street, Bridgetown, Barbados


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