George Washington House, Bridgetown
George Washington House, Bridgetown - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Bush Hill, Garrison, St. Michael
Ticket Price: 25 BBD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
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About George Washington House, Bridgetown
Named after the famous political personality who occupied this 18th century plantation house, the George Washington House was where a teenage George Washington and his younger brother were said to be treated for tuberculosis on the island. In fact, it’s believed that the treatment here is said to have stood him in such good stead thatduring his revolution, when other around him were bogged down by the ailment, he was one of the unaffected few.
Since 2007, the Washington House has been open to the public and it’s been attracting an impressive number of visitors. While the upper level of the house has been transformed into a museum that has an impressive collection of what life was in the 18th century. The lower level along with the kitchen are preserved with all their original furnishings.
George Washington House Information
- Guided tours are available.
- The George Washington House is closed on the weekends.
George Washington House Ticket Prices
- Tickets for children are available at B $12.50.
Restaurants Near George Washington House
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- The Boatyard
- Harbour Lights
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Amazing Tours! Extraordinary History on George Washington's Early Voyage Before He Became The First President of United States! Garrison Tunnel Tours Just As Awesome! Built By The British Army Almost 200 Years Ago! What an adventure!
Nice house, good period pieces. The drainage tunnels are less thrilling.
Loved the place! The tour was great and lunch very nice. One Love
Visited this place for the Café outside the museum, offers good quality food and the atmosphere is brilliant. It has a nice terrace next to the Museum garden.
Crikey it was so hot I sweated a lot visiting this place. Glad I took water with me else I'd have melted. Fascinating history