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Join a fun tour that is also a great historical experience. Your tour begins with a short drive to the John Glenn commemorative capsule for a photo opportunity and on to a working, historic lighthouse where you will learn about Grand Turk's "pirate past".
Enjoy a narrated drive along historic Duke Street and stop at Front Street to visit the lovely Anglican Church built in 1899. Front Street is lined with historic 18th and 19th century landmarks reflecting the Bermudian-style architecture and is the center of the Turks and Caicos' capital. Proceed to the Turks & Caicos National Museum which features an exhibit of the Molasses Reef Wreck, the oldest European shipwreck discovered in the Western Hemisphere (dated around 1505).
Finally, you'll visit the Salt “Pans”, a tribute to Grand Turk's salt-raking past. Your guide will tell the history of the salt and slave industry on the island. The Salt pans (or ponds) also are a great place for a bit of bird-watching which you will enjoy with the aid of bird ID cards and binoculars.
Note: Access to the lighthouse is subject to an extra fee.
Access to the lighthouse is subject to a fee.