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Discover Port of Spain attractions near the Radisson

The Radisson Trinidad is in the very heart of downtown Port of Spain, centrally located near Hasely Crawford Stadium and Queen’s Park Oval. Hit the links at St. Andrews Golf Course or Millennium Lakes Golf Country Club, both just minutes away, or enjoy the vibrantly coloured parades and energetic bands during Carnival, held every Easter season. For more subdued entertainment, visit the beautiful nearby Maracas Beach, the Royal Botanic Gardens or the Caroni Bird Sanctuary. 

Check out these top sights during your stay: 
  • Carnival (walking distance)
    Famous for being one of the best parties on the planet, Trinidad's Carnival is an endless succession of masquerade bands, music and unbelievable costumes, and features a two-day street parade that starts on the Monday before Ash Wednesday and ends late Tuesday night. Contact the hotel for information about Carnival packages that start the Friday before the festivities.
  • Nearby shopping (walking distance)
    Numerous shops on Charlotte, Henry and Frederick streets offer everything from souvenirs to clothing and local handicrafts.
  • Hasely Crawford Stadium (3-minute drive)
    Trinidad's largest stadium, Hasely Crawford Stadium hosts numerous football, athletic games and concerts throughout the year. 
  • Emperor Valley Zoo (5-minute drive)
    Emperor Valley Zoo features exciting exhibits about wildlife native to Trinidad and Tobago. Established in 1952 as a means to educate the public about the fragile ecosystems in the country, the zoo is now a major tourist destination.
  • National Museum & Art Gallery (5-minute drive)
    Just south of the Queen's Park Savannah and across the street from Memorial Park, the National Museum & Art Gallery is home to more than 10,000 items, with seven major galleries that range from geological and petroleum exhibits to Carnival arts.
  • Royal Botanic Gardens (5-minute drive)
    More than 70 acres of flowering plants, trees and shrubs are on display, including an orchid house, at these gardens located on the northern side of the Queen's Park Savannah. On-site guides are available to answer questions.
  • Queen's Park Oval (7-minute drive)
    Queen's Park Oval is home to the largest cricket grounds in the Caribbean, and hosts numerous regional events throughout the season.
  • Chaguaramas Military History & Aviation Museum (30-minute drive)
    This museum charts the course of WWI and WWII for Trinidad and Tobago, with a collection of memorabilia that includes uniforms, radio equipment and ammunition. A simulated bunker, massive tanks and models of fighter jets and battleships enhance the experience.
  • Millennium Lakes Golf & Country Club (30-minute drive)
    With a reputation for being one of the most difficult courses in the Caribbean, the deceptively flat Millennium Lakes Golf Course is a PGA-designed, 18-hole par 71 championship course.
  • St. Andrews Golf Course (30-minute drive) 
    Located in Moka, Maraval, St. Andrews is one of the island's most beautiful courses. Featuring championship-quality greens over 18 holes, the course is situated in the heart of an elegant, upscale neighbourhood.
  • Chaguaramas Golf Course (35-minute drive)
    Swing for the fairways at this unique golfer's paradise. The 5,646-yard, nine-hole course is a par 67, with some greens and tee boxes tucked away in the towering alcoves of bamboo.
  • Maracas Beach (45-minute drive)
    Approximately two kilometres long, Maracas Beach is the most famous beach in the northern part of Trinidad.
  • Caroni Bird Sanctuary (1-hour drive)
    The Scarlet Ibis, the national bird of Trinidad and Tobago, is on full display at this beautiful bird sanctuary. The attraction also offers rides on a flat-bottomed motorboat for glimpses of fish and other swamp creatures.