|We begin at the main Guard, a landmark of the Garrison since 1803. Listen to the unique stories of the Garrison as we board a Barbadian bus from a bygone era. We continue our journey to the other historical buildings of the Garrison taking advantage of the exceptional photo opportunities. We encounter the barracks used in the 17th and 18th centuries and view the house where George Washington stayed on his only visit outside of the United States. On to the Military Cemetery with headstones dating back to the 17th Century and grand monuments dedicated to those that served their countries. On to the Garrison, St. Ann’s Fort and it’s cannon collection. The Oldest cannon found was cast in 1620 and the youngest is dated 1870. Discover the replica of the Mermaid Tavern, where the Charter of Barbados was signed in 1652, and later used in the writing of the United States Constitution.