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Neglected Estate-Turned-National Park

Tucked away amidst a forest of towering Mahogany trees, the ruins of a once-prominent family estate sit neglected atop Farley Hill overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The original stunning mansion was erected in that specific spot in 1818 and continued expanding for 50 years until it became the most impressive mansion on the island of Barbados.

Sir Graham Briggs, the owner in the mid 20th-century, was responsible for adding spectacular gardens and importing plants and trees from Britain. However, a fire destroyed Farley Hill House in 1965; and the following year, Farley Hill opened as a National Park. Today, visitors of Barbados are welcome to enjoy the scenic views of this family friendly outdoor activity while making priceless memories of their own.

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