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Synagogue. The Nidhe Israel Synagogue & Museum . Historic...
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Our BNT headquarters is now Wildey House, ... and...
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Narrated by experts, this event showcases Barbadian historic architectural homes. Be a part Barbados National Trust Open House Season to enjoy the live music & more!
The Open Houses Programme is a Winter Season Tradition in Barbados presented by the Barbados National Trust (BNT). It allows visitors and residents alike access to some of the island's loveliest houses. Discover more about our island's diverse architecture and history.
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Dear All, The Barbados National Trust Open House Season 2018 continues tomorrow, Wednesday 7th March 2018, at the beautiful 'Lower Greys' from 1:45 PM - 5:00 PM.
Every Wednesday from January through to April, The Barbados National Trust Open House Programme will hold an open house event at around 13 different privat
The Barbados National Trust's Open House programme runs January through March 2010. Every Wednesday a beautiful house in Barbados opens it doors to the public to view from 2.30pm to 5pm.
Barbados National Trust (BNT) Event With the Barbados National Trust (BNT) Open House Programme you can visit and tour some of the island's loveliest homes. Discover more about Barbados' diverse architecture, history, culture and lifestyles.
The Open House programme is presented by the Barbados National Trust.This week's Open House is Las Palmas. Las Palmas is interesting for its architecture, its park-like setting, and its contents. Designed by the renowned Dudley Phelps in Tuscan st...
ELEVEN showpiece properties will throw open their doors in the next three months as the Barbados National Trust rolls out its 2016 Open House Programme on Wednesday. The programme will offer Barbadians a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view the inside of the 1855, now burnt out and abandoned Glendairy Prisons located Station Hill, St Michael.