Clifton Hall Great House presents a special St. Patrick's Day edition of Sugarcane Jazz and Blues
Music for dancing and drinking.
Wear something green!
Call 246-240-5198 or email email@example.com for tickets and information.
Doors open 7:00 pm.
Clifton Hall Great House is one of Barbados’ oldest, largest and grandest great houses. Its fascinating history as a plantation begins in 1656 with Ferdinand Paleologus, a direct descendant of Constantine, the last Byzantine (Greek) Emperor who is buried at St. John’s church.
Follow signs for St John's Church. Once you get to the church: As you drive past the church, the church should be on your right. That means you are on the right direction. You are half a kilometre from the house. Continue straight on and do not deviate by taking any roads right or left…stay on the main road. You will then come across a sharp 90 degree bend when you reach the bottom of the hill followed by a straight piece of road. Whilst on that straight piece of road you will see palm trees and a small 4 foot wall in front of you. The house is in there, so as you approach the wall you will find that the main road has a 90 degree turn to the right, you will just go straight instead of following the 90 degree right turn. You will see the house on the right. It is marshmallow pink in colour.
Admission: Bds $60.00 by ticket only
Venue: Clifton Hall Great House