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There's so much to see and do near British Colonial Hilton Nassau. To help you get started on your itinerary, here is a list of the top 10 attractions within a 10 minute walk from the hotel.
An interactive museum that takes you back to the year 1716, aboard a replica of a pirate ship and through an exhibit of real objects related to the Golden Age of Piracy.
Visit the Straw Market, popular for its hand-woven straw items, Bahamian crafts, shell jewelry and wood carvings.
Stroll pass the Pirates' Museum and marvel at this historic structure. Positioned in the city's center, Christ Church Cathedral is open daily for those wanting to have a glimpse of one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the country.
The museum opened 1992 with a classic exhibition on Slavery in The Bahamas. The museum is named after a slave who rose against the conditions on the Rolle Plantation, on the Island of Exuma.
This museum preserves the National Collection of Bahamian Art, displayed permanently on the ground floor. The villa housing the gallery was built in the 1860s.
The Bahamas eliminated the import duty on a wide range of luxury items in 1992. You can save up to 30% on designer jewelry, handbags, fragrances and more.
Welcoming cruise ship passengers, over 40 artisans gather here to offer Bahamian treats and souvenirs.
The classic colonial pink buildings of Parliament Square include the House of Assembly, the Senate Building and the Supreme Court of The Bahamas, all surrounding a marble statue of Queen Victoria.
Best known for its unique octagonal shape, the Nassau Public Library provides a peaceful getaway for an afternoon read. Believe it or not, the beautiful pink building with white wooden shutters was once a prison.
The 66 steps were hewn out of solid limestone rock by slaves between 1793 and 1794: This major attraction is located in the Fort Fincastle Historic Complex. The landmark was later named in honor of Queen Victoria.