Elbow Cay is one of the islands of the Abacos. On this island, Hope Town is where most of the action happens. It is there that visitors will be able to check out the museums, visit a few parks and gardens, and even find the most well-maintained beaches.
You will find a good group of beaches to choose from on the island. Click on the name of each beach for more detail concerning that particular location.
A location where snorkeling is an option is Nathan’s Bay Beach. The tiny Nathan's Bay Beach does not offer much room for people looking to play on the beach. However, if you plan on simply laying out in the sand or enjoying the cool water, Nathan's Bay will suffice.
A second location to consider is Hope Town Beach. Mainly serving the small area of Hope Town, the beach offers visitors a mix of a remote beach and a popular one. Elbow Cay, the island the beach is on, is a popular island, but with so many beaches on the cay, the crowds have plenty of room to spread out.
Tahiti Beach: Located at the far end of Elbow Cay Island, Tahiti Beach is a secluded shoreline with cool blue waters and sugary white sands.
Luckily, you'll find quite a few other beaches to choose from on the island. Navigate to this extended discussion if you'd like to find additional facts.
Assuming you like to become more aware of other people and places, you might want to visit a museum during your vacation.
A landmark worth visiting is Wyannie Malone Museum. It is located in Hopetown, Elbow Cay. Named after Hope Town's founder, this museum showcases the history of the area with photography and artifacts. They host events for the island's Heritage Day and track the genealogy of the Malone family.
Another popular destination is Cetacean Museum. It is located in Hopetown, Elbow Cay. There are a variety of different exhibits at the Cetacean Museum. Visitors should expect to see plenty of historic maps and whaling charts, stories of whalers, and a collection of whale bones on display.
The chart directly below lists more information about a few the museums available on the island.
|Cetacean Museum||--||0.0 mi. South-Southeast of Central Hopetown|
|Wyannie Malone Museum||(242) 366-0293||0.0 mi. North of Central Hopetown|
Guests will discover some other worthwhile landmarks on Elbow Cay.
|Lighthouse||0.4 mi. Northwest of Central Hopetown||Elbow Cay|
Byrle Patterson Memorial Garden is one of the local attractions that's popular with visitors. <p>A great change of pace from beaches and shopping, Byrle Patterson Memorial Gardens offer all who visit a relaxing walk through the maintained gardens of trees and plants. While today the gardens are simply a nice walk, they were originally built around 1850 in memory of those who died during a cholera epidemic.</p>
Another local attraction you might like is Fowl Cays National Park. <p>Established in 2009, this is one of the newer national parks in the region. The reserve measures in at 1,920 acres and features a colorful barrier reef.</p>
Fortunately, you'll be able to find other options too. To read our detailed guide to natural attractions on and around the island, read this page.
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