Open House

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    February 19, 2020, 13:45 Open House at Forster Lodge, St. George

    Foster Lodge, St. George

    19 Feb, 2020

    1:45 pm - 5:00 pm

    The Barbados National Trust invites you to their open house at Forster Lodge, St. George. 

    The Open House Season is half way completed and has been very successful thanks to your support! On Wednesday 19th 2020, the Open House Season continues at Forster Lodge, St. George. 

    Sir Henry Fraser will present the ‘Lively Lecture’ at 3:30 PM, Food & Beverage will be on sale as well as Flowers and hand made Arts and Crafts from some of Barbados’ most talented Artisans.

    See you at the Great Train Hike on Sunday 16th February and the Open House at Forster Lodge Wednesday 19th February 2020!

     

    The Barbados National Trust is a charitable, non-profit organization founded in 1961. Their mission is to preserve and protect the physical aspects of Barbados’ culture. Among the architectural and archaeological sites maintained are many places of interest which remain favorites of Barbadian locals and visitors alike. These sites prove in some way to be ecologically essential, culturally significant or are simply the “fields and hills” mentioned in Barbados’ national anthem which beautify the natural environment. 

     

     

    Middle Earth, St. Joseph

    26 Feb, 2020

    1:45 pm - 5:00 pm

    The Barbados National Trust  invites you to their open house at Middle Earth, St. Joseph, on Wednesday, February 26th, 2020.

    The Barbados National Trust is a charitable, non-profit organization founded in 1961.Their mission is to preserve and protect the physical aspects of Barbados’ culture. Among the architectural and archaeological sites maintained are many places of interest which remain favorites of Barbadian locals and visitors alike. These sites prove in some way to be ecologically essential, culturally significant, or are simply the “fields and hills” mentioned in Barbados’ national anthem which beautify the natural environment. 

    San Flamingo, St. James, Barbados

    04 Mar, 2020

    1:45 pm - 5:00 pm

    The Barbados National Trust  invites you to their open house at San Flamingo, St. James, on Wednesday, March 4th, 2020.

    The Barbados National Trust is a charitable, non-profit organization founded in 1961.Their mission is to preserve and protect the physical aspects of Barbados’ culture. Among the architectural and archaeological sites maintained are many places of interest which remain favorites of Barbadian locals and visitors alike. These sites prove in some way to be ecologically essential, culturally significant, or are simply the “fields and hills” mentioned in Barbados’ national anthem which beautify the natural environment. 

    Colleton Guest House, Highway 1B, Colleton, Barbados

    11 Mar, 2020

    1:45 pm - 5:00 pm

    The Barbados National Trust  invites you to their open house at Colleton House, St. Peter, on Wednesday, March 11th, 2020.

    The Barbados National Trust is a charitable, non-profit organization founded in 1961.Their mission is to preserve and protect the physical aspects of Barbados’ culture. Among the architectural and archaeological sites maintained are many places of interest which remain favorites of Barbadian locals and visitors alike. These sites prove in some way to be ecologically essential, culturally significant, or are simply the “fields and hills” mentioned in Barbados’ national anthem which beautify the natural environment. 

    St. Ann's Fort, Highway 7, Garrison, Bridgetown, Barbados

    15 Mar, 2020

    1:45 pm - 5:00 pm

    The Barbados National Trust  invites you to their open house at St. Ann’s Fort, Garisson, St. Michael on Sunday, March 15th, 2020.

    The Barbados National Trust is a charitable, non-profit organization founded in 1961.Their mission is to preserve and protect the physical aspects of Barbados’ culture. Among the architectural and archaeological sites maintained are many places of interest which remain favorites of Barbadian locals and visitors alike. These sites prove in some way to be ecologically essential, culturally significant, or are simply the “fields and hills” mentioned in Barbados’ national anthem which beautify the natural environment.