This waterfront boardwalk was named after Clennell Wickham (1896–1938) a radical journalist and newspaper editor and T.T Lewis (1905–1959) a politician. It begins at the Chamberlain Lift Bridge located at the eastern end, and stretches to Carlisle House at the western end where you will find Black Pearl Jolly Roger Cruises and Tavern.
When strolling along the Bridgetown Boardwalk, you get to enjoy the gorgeous view of yachts and catamarans docked on one side, while admiring the architecture of historic buildings in Bridgetown on the other.
Featuring vintage-style street lamps and side rails, this raised boardwalk overlooks the Constitution River, with benches strategically placed for locals and tourist to relax, enjoy the view, or take in the incredible evening sunsets.
At the western end of the careenage boardwalk there is a mini-park waterfront of the Carlisle Wharf Building with tables, benches, pathways and information plaques displaying interesting facts about bajan pirates, and the South Carolina connection. The cannons at James Fort are also located at this end.
This property is located in the Historic Bridgetown & its Garrison area
…A UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Wickham & Lewis Boardwalk in Bridgetown is surrounded
by many historic sites/sights, tourist attractions and tour operators.
Things to do & see near the Bridgetown Boardwalk
|HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS||ACTIVITIES, TOURS & CRUISES||RESTAURANTS & BARS|
|Chamberlain Bridge||Cannon Fishing Charters||Waterfront Cafe|
|Independence Arch||Super Cats Catamaran Cruises||Jolly Roger Tavern|
|Independence Square||Small Cats Catamaran Cruises||Chefette Restaurant|
|Charles Duncan O'Neal Bridge||Stiletto Catamaran Cruises||Tim’s Restaurant & Bar|
|Dolphin Fountain Garden||El Tigre Catamaran Cruises||Broad Street Sports Bar|
|Errol Barrow Statue||Jolly Roger Pirate Party Cruises||Ideal Restaurant @ Cave Sheperd|
|Lord Nelson Statue||Bridgetown Walking Tour Packages||Chicken Barn|
|National Heroes Square||Fusion Restaurant|
|Old Spirit Bond||The Boatyard Beach Club|
|Parliament Buildings Museum & Gallery||Carlisle Bay Fish Fry & Food Village|
|The Cage||Lobster Alive|
|The Screw Dock|