The Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation is the premier keepers of Bahamian heritage and tradition. The rich and diverse cultural experience of the islands of The Bahamas captures the history, folklore, storytelling, foodways, religious practices, government and other nuances that we exhibit, talk about and share with the visitors.


Pirates Of Nassau Museum provides an opportunity for you to experience the Golden Age of Piracy. Providing a great mix of entertainment and history, your pirate adventure begins on a moonlit dock amidst the sounds of lapping water and pirates celebrating in a nearby tavern. Board a replica of the pirate ship “Revenge” and then enter into a world of cutlass-wielding bloodthirsty pirates.


The Clifton Heritage Park has the distinction of being the only national park in the Bahamas where the historical and cultural legacy of three distinct civilizations, that of the Lucayans, the Loyalists and the Africans meet. It will also go down in history as one of the sites that galvanized Bahamians from all walks of life in the famous “Fight to Save Clifton”.


The National Art Gallery Located at the historic Villa Doyle, The NAGB is committed to engaging the history of Bahamian Art and Visual Culture by supporting contemporary movements and experimental contemporary art practice through exhibitions and the establishment and support of an art library and the building of the National Collection. Opening Hours: 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday / Closed on Public Holidays.


The view of Nassau is one of Fort Charlotte’s best attributes. While standing on top of the imposing limestone structure, overlooking the waterless moat, dungeons, and draw-bridge, you can also watch cruise ships enter the harbor and imagine a time when pirate ships filled with looted gold or colonial vessels with Africans as cargo cruised in and out of the harbor. Fort Charlotte, which never fired a shot in battle, is the largest of the forts on the island. It has several interior rooms to explore and historical displays.