- Barbados National Trust Open House programme; January to April: A rare chance to peek inside some of the island’s most intriguing private properties, from opulent mansions to historic landmarks.
- Barbados Jazz Festival; January: Live open-air concerts erupt across the island. Bring your dancing shoes and bags of energy.
- Holetown Festival; February: Parades and music celebrate the first settlement in Barbados by the English in 1625 at Holetown.
- Crop Over; summer: This five-week summer extravaganza is awash with live calypso and soca music and highlights include the Cohobblopot carnival-style stage show and the Grand Kadooment parade finale.
- Cricket games at the Kensington Oval: Experience the passion for the national sport at the main cricket ground of Kensington Oval. Catch test matches and one-day games in either the regular stands or the rowdier party stands.
What to do in Barbados
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