Jubilee Gardens

In 1888 the Jubilee Gardens in historic Bridgetown Barbados was created to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria …the 50th anniversary of her reign.

The original spot was later converted into the Lower Green Bus Stand/Terminal, but in 2005 it was redeveloped and reverted to its original purpose as the Jubilee Gardens.

On December 8th 2005 the redeveloped Jubilee Gardens was officially opened featuring benches, a landscaped garden and a fountain.   

The Princess Alice Bus Terminal was built in 2002 to replace the Lower Green Bus Stand, and the terminal was relocated to Princess Alice Highway.

The Jubilee Gardens is now the happening spot for gospel concerts, fashion shows, product promotions and many other events. It is also where several locals and tourist converge to relax, take photos or feed the birds.  

Fun fact
On July 8th 1892 the Barbados Police Band had its debut performance at the Jubilee Garden after.

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Points of Interest & Historic Sights/Sites in the Bridgetown area…
…A World Heritage Site!


Contact Info
Jubilee Gardens
Lower Broad Street/Cheapside

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