Industrial heritage of Barbados
- Codrington College- A college that was first used as a sugar plantation. Built around ancient Amerindian archaeological sites, including burials.
- Morgan Lewis Windmill-
- St Nicholas Abbey- One of only three extant Jacobean-style structures in the Western Hemisphere. Drax Hall Estate, another of the three examples, is also located in Barbados.
- Newton Slave Burial Ground- The remains of nearly 600 slaves were found on the grounds of the former Newton Plantation, in use from 1670–1833, at a cemetery consisting of low mounds.
World Heritage Status
The Industrial Heritage of Barbados: The Story of Sugar - UNESCO World Heritage Centre Retrieved 2009-03-17.