Worth a visit if you wish to have local food at a reasonable price. Not scenic.
This was small museum in the home of the curator. There were a few costumes we were able to try on, and then in the back of the house we made music with cow bells and drums, the traditional instruments of the Junkanoo Parade. This was part of an excursion from a Disney Cruise. It was the most entertaining exhibit... More
We went to the Junkanoo mini-museum when the cruise ship we were on pulled into Nassau. The couple that runs it did a great job of introducing this part of Bahamian culture to us, including hands on participation - playing drums and ringing the bells. The costumes they create for the festival every year were on display, and amazing! They... More
Junkanoo is a celebration in the Bahamas for New Years (also done on Boxing Day 12/26). It is an exciting celebration that draws the whole island together. Expect a never-ending party. The parade lasts from early afternoon well into the night. The parade is free, but you can purchase tickets to assure seating. It is excellent no matter when you... More
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