Barbados’ slave history

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Through June 2011, the Barbados Museum & Historical Society (Garrison, Bridgetown, Barbados; phone, in the US, 246/427-0201 or e-mail info@barbmuse.org.bb) is running its heritage tour, “Freedom Footprints,” on the first Saturday and third Thursday of each month.

Focusing on the country’s slave history, the four-hour tour begins with related galleries at the museum and, with a guide, continues by coach to the five sites that form Barbados’ contribution to the UNESCO/WTO Cultural Slave Route Project.

BBD45 (near $22.50), adult, or BBD25, child, includes traditional lunch. Book at the museum or through hotels’ travel desks.

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Through June 2011, the Barbados Museum & Historical Society (Garrison, Bridgetown, Barbados; phone, in the US, 246/427-0201 or e-mail info@barbmuse.org.bb) is running its heritage tour, “Freedom Footprints,” on the first Saturday and third Thursday of each month.

Focusing on the country’s slave history, the four-hour tour begins with related galleries at the museum and, with a guide, continues by coach to the five sites that form Barbados’ contribution to the UNESCO/WTO Cultural Slave Route Project.

BBD45 (near $22.50), adult, or BBD25, child, includes traditional lunch. Book at the museum or through hotels’ travel desks.