Welcome to Trinidad and Tobago
- Kimme's Sculpture Museum
- at artist's studio, Bethel, Mt Irvine
- The Art Gallery
- Allfield's Trace
- "Barack Guard House"
- A display of early Tobago history, including Amerindian artefacts, military relics, maps and documents from the colonial period.
- Courland Monument
- sculpture commemorating 17th-century settlers from Courland (Latvia)
- Mystery Tombstone
- Betty Stivens and her baby grave who died in 1783
- Fort Bennett
- Beautiful lookout point in Black Rock, complete with a little pavilion to sit under, a small garden and remains of the battery built by the British in 1778 to protect ships loading sugar in the bay against US privateers.
- National Museum and Art Gallery
- On the south-east corner of the Savannah; collections that range from the earliest Amerindian settlers to modern Carnival - there is also a display of fine 19th century paintings by the Trinidad artist Jean Michel Cazabon.
- Fort Picton
- A Martello tower (rare on this side of the Atlantic) dating from about 1800 and built by Trinidad's first, brutal, British governor, Thomas Picton.
- Chaguaramas Military History and Aviation Museum
- Assembly of extraordinary collection that will fascinate anyone with a fell for military exploits on land and sea or in the air.
- Fort George
- On the crest of a ridge 1,100 feet above Port of Spain. Built by the British in 1804, it commanded all the approaches to the city. There are several canons, the remains of a cell block. spectacular views of Port of Spain, Chaguaramas, and Diego Martin.
- Mount St. Benedict
- The oldest Benedictine monastery in the Caribbean (1912), 800 feet above the plains.