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You can visit the Queens Staircase, the Water tower, and Fort Fincastle as they are located together. We got there to find a fence around the Water Tower. According to the locals, it is closed for renovation. As this is the highest point on Nassau,...More
Nassau was our third stop aboard the MSC Seaside cruise ship. Nassau is quite nice. Lots of shops and restaurants, plus many historic buildings. The water tower is within walking distance of the cruise ship terminal; however, it is an uphill climb. The tower is...More
The Nassau Water Tower is an interesting spot if you like historical attractions. They are still working on renovating it, so you really can't get too close to it. There are other things right there to see, Queens Staircase and Fort Fincastle, and if you're...More
The Water Tower is being renovated but you formerly were able to climb up into the tower. The Tower is situated by the Queen's Staircase and Fort Fincastle. Since it is being renovated there is not a fee and you can only view and take...More
Nice views of paradise island, the ocean, and Nassau. Very old water tower. If your claustrophobic, probably not good since the stairwell is pretty narrow. Did an island tour and this was a stop. Coming the down the staircase is harder than going up. Stairs...More
I recommend this spot if you are sightseeing historical spots on the island. It is the tallest structure on the island. Unfortunately it was damaged by Hurricane Andrew and is no longer usable, but it's a really great structure to visit. It is also located...More
When you finally climb the Queens Staircase (see separate reviews in TripAdvisor), you'll find Fort Fincaslte. And towering above the fort (excuse the pun) is the water tower.
I have no idea whether it is open to the public and whether you climb to the...More
Carnival Platinum member probably visited this place 20+ times with our annual family group travel. This is a typical stop on every tour. It use to be free and a few years ago they started charging a $1.00. Cool to walk into the dungeon like...More