Cruise ships dock at Heritage Quay or Redcliffe Quay in downtown St. John’s, the capital of Antigua.
Antigua has a whopping 365 beaches—and every one of them is open to the public.
Guaranteed stores are just steps from the cruise ship docks, in Heritage Quay and Redcliffe Quay.
St. John's Cathedral
The capital’s most prominent landmark, circa 1845, is marked by 2 spires stretching almost 70 feet into the air.
Two restored stone windmill towers are relics from the first large sugar plantation on Antigua at this open-air museum.
The historic district is home to Nelson’s Dockyard National Park, the former base of the British Royal Navy. Today, it’s the only working Georgian dockyard in the world.
Dickenson Bay Beach
Located about 15 minutes from the cruise port, this stretch of sand is one of Antigua’s best beaches, thanks to its fully loaded resort experience.
Your cruise ship will dock at either Finger Pier at Heritage Quay or Nevis Street Pier at Redcliffe Quay. Both are in the heart of St. John’s, the c...
If history is your thing, you’ll want to head to English Harbour, located on the south coast of the island. Once an important base for the British R...
Enjoy Antiguan hospitality at the Backyard Rum Shack with an exclusive rum tasting paired with samples of different local dishes. Finish with a purchase of your favorite rum bottles.
Visit Nelson’s Dockyard, the Blockhouse Ruins, and Shirley Heights, where the harbor views are awe-inspiring.
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