French Cloister: Located within Versailles Gardens on Paradise Island, it was originally built in south of France during 12th century and was recently shipped to this area and reconstructed after a couple of years. This place offers great relief during hot seasons when tourists are in search of a shady area.
Government House: It is an important landmark in Nassau, built during the eighteenth century. Having Georgian-style architecture, it is the official residence for Governor General of Bahamas. Facade of this mansion is painted in pink and white, with a statue of Christopher Columbus in its front. It has been built on an elevated area overlooking Hill Street and its entrance is supported by columns and has a steep staircase. Though visitors are not allowed to enter the mansion, they can watch the ‘Changing of the Guards’ ceremony on Saturday mornings at 10:00.