Shopping List For St. Michael Parish, Barbados

St. Michael

Cricket Legends of Barbados, Fontabelle, 435-6650.  Shop online for cricket wear, pictures, paintings, books and souvenirs.

Carlisle Bay Centre, Bay Street, 426-6101.
The Centre was designed to cater to cruise ship passengers and is wheel chair and handicap accessible. This spacious facility sits on one of the longest and widest beaches on the island of Barbados.
Guests will also discover a wide variety of exciting dining, entertainment, and activity options.

Bijoux Terner at Cave Shepherd, Broad Street will sell you watches and evening jewellery.

Jewellery Designer, St. Stephen's, Black Rock, 424-5122.
Beaten metals are skillfully shaped into eye-catching earrings, dramatic bracelets, pendants and rings.

Luna Jewellers, Kildare, Bay Street, 430-0355.
You will find exquisite pieces of hand-crafted jewellery designed and manufactured using precious and semi-precious stones set in gold and sterling silver.

Del Sol, 20 Broad St. Shop #1, Sogo Plaza, Bridgetown, 431-0678.
DelSol offers unique shirts, hats, apparel, and accessories on which the designs appear black and white indoors but change to bright colors when exposed to the sun.

Cotton Days, Bay Street, 421-7191.
The owner's flamboyant personal style is reflected in the clothing designed by her. You will find hand-painted animal prints with appliquéd foliage made of cloth cut-outs on free flowing skirts, which are worn with fabulous jackets encrusted in wooden or clay beads, shells or gold coins.

UpBeat, DaCostas Mall, 431-0713.
UpBeat store has a huge stock of casual tropical wear for everyone at excellent prices.
They also stock the largest range of the stylish locally made Ripples Swimwear as well you can purchase mix and match bikinis, short-sets, tankinis, and matching cover-ups in a stunning array of solid colours and original prints.

Towne & Country, Bayside Plaza, Bay Street, St. Michael, 228-1455 or 228-1456. Offers weekend, career and evening wear sized for misses, women and petite.

All Tees, Mall 34, Broad St, 435-8800.
T-Shirts for all... The shop boasts one of the largest selections of Barbadian-made and locally printed T-shirts. In addition, you can complement your shirts with caps, straw hats and printed shopping bags. The shop also outfits men for that formal event, when a tee will not do!

Nefertari, Colours of de Caribbean, The Careenage, 436-8522.
Nefertari has created a distinctive line of hand-made accessories and jewelry; the clothing features fabrics, which are hand-dyed and painted silk, cotton and linen pieces. The chosen motifs all reflect island life with seashells, stones and the movement of water. Each item in her line makes a fine gift, especially the T-shirts, which are nothing less than brilliant.

Cotton Harbour, Broad Street, (opposite Dacostas Mall) 426-6658.
You will find a classy variety of tropical clothing for ladies, gents and children. Their selections include polo shirts, Henley shirts and sweat shirts for men and women, kids T-shirts, dresses and other clothing.

Irie Blue, Trident House, Broad Street, 426-8464.
Irie Blue and Intransit Barbados offer you not only the island's largest selection of T-shirts but fabulous sterling silver jewellery, candles, beach wear, accessories and great gifts. Tees are designed and made in Barbados!

The Runway, Tamarind Cove Hotel. 432-1332.
The Runway is the only store offering authentic designer handbags and sunglasses for both men and women at fantastic tax free prices.
Da Costa Mall, St. Michael. 437-8953.

Indigenous Potteries, 2 Pelican Craft Centre, 431-0747.
The Artists work mainly with Barbadian clay mined in the parish of St. Andrew. The glazes used are environmentally friendly materials and all are food safe. All are lead free.
The items are microwave safe and oven proof as well the utility items can go from oven to table.

F.W. Woolworth, Prince William Henry St, Bridgetown, 426-5927.
If there's anything you need, visit Woolworth, you will most likely find it.

Hazzell's Water World, Bay St., Boatyard Complex, Bridgetown, 426-4043.
Shop for gear, accessories or swimwear.

Tyrol Cot Heritage Village, Codrington Hill, 424-2074.
The former home of the Barbadian national hero, Sir Grantley Adams. On the grounds of the former prime minister's estate is a colony of artisans, who turn out an array of articles for sale ranging from paintings to pottery and from baskets to handmade figurines.

The Verandah Art Gallery, Broad St, Bridgetown, 426-2605.
The Verandah Art Gallery is an excellent venue in Bridgetown to purchase good quality original art. The gallery has a wide selection with some Haitian and Cuban art, as well as other contemporary Caribbean paintings, carvings and batik, and temporary exhibitions.

The Barbados Museum & Historical Society, St. Anne's Garrison, 436-1956 or 427-0201.
The Museum Shop stocks an abundance of unusual Caribbeana to suit every budget. You will find a varied selection of West Indian books, reproduction of prints and other museum specimens as well as a splendid array of Barbadian craft and jewellery.

Barbados Gallery of Art, Bush Hill, The Garrison, 228-0149.
The gallery sells prints and holds exhibitions. It offers a fine selection of Barbadian and Caribbean visual art. The actress Claudette Colbert, a longtime resident of Barbados, has a memorial garden here, and one of her paintings is on display.

Terese Hadchity’s Zemicon Gallery, Hincks St, Bridgetown, 430-0054.
Good quality, original art in Bridgetown, features the work of Barbados’ leading artists.

Pelican Village, Princess Alice Highway, Bridgetown, (north end) 426-4391 or 426-7802
Pelican Village is an upscale plaza of shops and restaurants near to the cruiseterminal and shallow draught harbour. Along with the shops andrestaurants, Pelican Village offers arts and crafts, and boutiques offering local works including pottery, musical instruments, sculpturesand clothing.
You will also find high quality cigars, rum, Barbadossugar, rum cakes, t-shirts and hats to remember your Barbados visit. Pelican Village also has amenities such as restrooms and pay phones.
Visitors also get the chance to see the crafts person actually working on their pieces.

The Monkey Pot, Pelican Craft Centre, Bridgetown, 426-4906.
The store offers local handmade arts & crafts. Among the wares you will find ceramics, sea-glass jewelry and papier-mache products.

Medford Craft Village, Lower Barbarees Hill, 427-3179.
Mahogany masters create hand carved boats, fish, palm trees and other small mahogany figurines before your very eyes.

Articrafts, Broad St, Bridgetown, 427-5767.
View an impressive display of Bajan arts and crafts.

Ann's Craft Centre, Pelican Village, Bridgetown, 434-0599.
At Ann's Craft Centre, you can purchase beautiful hats and bags of all descriptions made of natural 100% local straw. As well, there is a variety of handbags, shopping bags, beach bags, overnight cases, clutch bags, children bags, shoulder bags, purses, hats of various sizes and shapes, fans and other handmade items.

Flamboya Boutique, Da Costas Mall, Broad St, Bridgetown, 422-4098.
Flamboya specializes in hand-painted, hand-dyed and hand-appliquéd garments all made from breezy natural fibers in colors inspired by tropical scenes.

Dingolay sells tropical clothing designed and made in Barbados for ladies and girls, as well as shoes, handbags, and accessories from around the world.
Locations: Sheraton Centre, Christ Church, 435-6482
Chattel Village, Holetown, St. James, 432-8709
DaCostas Mall, Bridgetown, 437-4107

Sunny Shoes Inc., Broad St, Bridgetown, 431-2121.
Women's sandals, made on the spot! Stylish and beach-worthy, strappy leather sandals in your choice of colors can be ready in only a few minutes while you wait.


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