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I went to celebrate 42nd independence Day with the Children home I am Working at. It was really Nice to see all the celebrations that took place at this rally. They even had a Big market space downstairs, with all kind of local made things...More
Tried to visit this attraction twice, the first time on a Sunday when there was only one car there. Went back again later in the week as assumed it would be open but only found a few workmen in an empty building. Staff at Sandals...More
We were so lucky to join the only tour to this museum during the whole of the Test match. We could not believe that the thousands of supporters didn't come up to see this professional, elegant display of cricket memorabilia and island history . It...More
Well worth the trip. Good little museum which has some impressive collections and memorabilia from the start of the West Indies cricketing adventure up to the present day. Well stocked library too. Enjoy it and spend a trip down memory lane!
The cricket heritage centre is part of the Spice Basket tourist complex. It is some distance out of town so you need either a car or a taxi to reach it. There is the most amazing collection of cricketing memorabilia on display - photo's, written...More
No signs, no publicity but if you know about it, you must visit this. Tremendous photos, historic caps and jackets beautifully displayed, all in a modern pristine building. The Spice Basket's restaurant is worth a visit after reliving some great moments frozen in cricket's history.
We had a great visit last year when the location changed from the cricket stadium to the Spice Basket. It is packed with cricket memorabilia through the ages of West Indies Cricket and some amazing photographs. But there is more than just cricket and it...More
The West Indies Cricket Heritage Museum (or High Five as it is also known) in the Grenada National Stadium, run by a gentleman called Phil Daniels, is an absolute mecca for anyone who is interested in the history of the West Indies Cricket Team and...More