Farley Hill National Park
Farley Hill National Park is located in St. Peter and was once the mansion of Sir Graham Briggs. The site is located on 17 acres of land, filled with trees and gardens. Farley Hill has a rich history and was visited by British royalty including King George V in 1879.
One of the main attractions of Farley Hill Park is the ruins of the mansion of Sir Graham Briggs which was destroyed by fire in 1965; this mansion was used in the filming of the 1957 film classic “Island in the Sun”.
Farley Hill Park provides a stunning few of the Atlantic coast and the hills of St. Andrew. It is also a favourite picnic spot for Barbadians. Farley Hill Park is also the location of many local entertainment events in Barbados. Farley Hill Park is maintained by the National Conservation Commission.