Sugar production has historically been one of the greatest outputs in the Caribbean. The Hutson Sugar Museum examines this phenomenon through exhibits with educational facts and relics from the sugar production industry.
Sir Frank Hutson, with help from the Barbados National Trust, put together the Hutson Sugar Museum's exhibits, which provides insight into the sugar production industry during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Sir Frank Hutson Sugar Museum is located in the vicinity of Holetown, which means visitors to this area of Barbados will be excited to have easy access to this museum during their time there. There are a decent bunch of hotels in the area near Sir Frank Hutson Sugar Museum.
|Discovery Bay by Rex Resorts||Resort||1.4 mi. (0.3 km)||W|
|The Sandpiper||Hotel||1.4 mi. (0.4 km)||W|
|Mango Bay||Hotel||1.4 mi. (0.2 km)||W|
|Settlers Beach Villa Hotel||Hotel||1.5 mi. (0.5 km)||W|
|Sunswept Beach Hotel||Hotel||1.5 mi. (0.1 km)||W|
|Colony Club Hotel||Hotel||1.6 mi. (1.0 km)||W|
|Coral Reef Club||Hotel||1.6 mi. (0.8 km)||W|
Energetic visitors might likely be charmed by the area because of the opportunities for open-air activities. Museum patrons with a keen interest in golf will surely enjoy heading over to nearby Sandy Lane Country Club Golf Course. Long moments can also be enjoyed at Folkestone Beach, the most close-by beach. But, many other outdoor options stand in the community. Museum visitors will also find multiple indoor places to visit in this general area. Just a short distance away you will find two additional alluring attractions close by-- and St. James Church.
Hours of admission are 9-5, Monday through Saturday.
Admission cost is $4, but guided tours are $7.50
Phone Number: (246) 426-2421
Location: Highway 2A, Holetown, Barbados
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