Turners Hall Woods
Turners Hall Woods is a 50-acre site located in the parish of St.Andrew.
The woods contain magnificent examples of the Sand Box, Silk Cotton, Fustic, Cabbage Palm, Trumpet Tree, Locust and Macaw Palm (indigenous).
Turners Hall Woods survives as one of the last remanents of the dense tropical forest which covered Barbados at the time of the first settlement in 1627.
To discover this and other fascinating places in Barbados, take an island tour.
If you enjoy a trip to Turners Hall Woods, be sure to also stop by Welchman Hall Gully.