St. Nicholas Abbey Heritage Railway Tours

July 1, 2019

July 29, 2019

Event Description

The St. Nicholas Abbey Heritage Railway is an exciting family attraction now part of St. Nicholas Abbey Great House Plantation and Distillery.

A steam locomotive journey through the plantation fields and mahogany woods culminating with the expansive highland view of the east coast of the island from Cherry Tree Hill.

Tours available every day except Saturday.

There are 4 tours daily begin from 9:30am, with the last tour at 3:00pm.

Tickets:
Adults Bds $60
Children (3-11 y.o.) Bds $30

Book Tickets online at https://snahr.com/tickets

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