Wildey House

The Wildey House of Barbados was built in 1760 and throughout history was mainly a private estate. However, in the late 1990's the house was transferred to the Barbados National Trust, who made the house their headquarters. After painstakingly restoring the house to its original 1760's state, visitors can now explore the house and take a look how life was in the old Great House.


Visitors will be able to explore a variety of rooms furnished with beautiful and authentic mahogany furniture, historic memorabilia, and other items that would have been used back then. In addition, the property can be rented for parties, dinners, and weddings.

Staying Close

Wildey House is located in St. Michael Parish, which means visitors to this region of Barbados will have convenient access to the historical site during their time there. There is a sufficient collection of lodgings in the region near this landmark.

Hotels near Wildey House
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Sweetfield Manor Historic Inn B & B -- --
Melbourne Hotel and Apartments Hotel -- --
South Beach Resort & Vacation Club Hotel -- --
Abbeville Hotel Hotel -- --
Blue Horizon Hotel -- --
Accra Beach Hotel & Spa Hotel -- --
Southern Surf Beach Apartments Hotel -- --

Location and What's Nearby

There are many eateries to choose from in the neighborhood around Wildey House. Chefette Wildey, which serves International food, offers convenient access to the historic site. KFC Collymore Rock and Island Pot Restaurant are some of the other refreshment choices nearby where you will be able to enjoy the local foods and culture of Barbados.


Operating Hours

The Wildey House has normal business hours of 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday.


While there is no fee for gaining admission into the Great House, donations are happily accepted.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (246) 426-2421

Location: Wildey, St. Michael Parish, Barbados

Website: http://www.barbadosnationaltrust.org/


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