St John (Antigua)

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About St John (Antigua)
Antigua is located in the Eastern Caribbean, St John is the capital.

Places of interest include the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, the Cathedral of St John the Divine and the Antigua Recreation Ground - home to Antiguan cricket.

Nelson's Dockyard at English Harbour is a favourite excursion. Located in the south east of the island, it features beautifully restored 18th Century buildings, bringing the docks to life. This was once a key command post for the British Army and where Admiral Horatio Nelson was based whilst he commanded HMS Boreas. The bay is overlooked by the impressive Fort Shirley.

Antigua has 365 beaches to choose from, locals all have their favourites which include Hawksbill Bay, Darkwood Beach and Dickenson Bay on the west coast.

For traditional, locally served Antiguan food look for names like Fungi (or Fungee), souse, callaloo, and pepperpot stew. International choices and fast food is also available throughout the island.
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Most ships dock at either Heritage Quay, Redcliffe Quay or Nevis Street pier.

Taxis are available and duty free shopping is located at the Quay. All are within walking distance to the centre of town.
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