Belize City Tour

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During the city tour you will be visiting most of the historical places in Belize such as: Baron Bliss Lighthouse which is the resting place of Belize's most well known benefactor. Memorial Park which is used for Official Activities. Former Belize City Prison - Recently restored and declared a national museum. There you will find a permanent display of Maya culture as well as temporary exhibits showing diverse aspects of Belize's cultural heritage. Swing Bridge - Has connected the city’s downtown area since colonial days and is one of the few manually operated bridges still in use in the world; Supreme Court Building - Built in 1926, it still functions as the highest court in Belize. Regent and Alberts Streets are where to find banks, a variety of shops and street vendors. St. John's Cathedral - Built in 1812; It is the oldest Anglican cathedral in Central America. House of Culture - Once the residence of colonial governors, it’s now a historical museum. Exhibits include historical photos and a glassware collection. Bliss Institute - Theater, Museum, and National Arts Council - It the cultural center of Belize City and sometimes features performances by visiting dance or theater companies. 

Tour duration:  3 1/2 hours
Includes: Transportation, entrance fees and guide.

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