Visiting Codrington College

Visiting Codrington College

For information on Tea, lunch, hiking tours, weddings, and kids packages please visit or call 423-1170

Codrington College welcomes visitors!  Visiting hours are daily from 9 a.m to 6 p.m. EST.  Come enjoy our peaceful and beautiful campus, which attracts visitors and tourists from all around the world.  You may explore the lovely grounds, which include the lake, the chapel, beautiful architecture, benches, picnic tables, and a play park for children.  The view behind the College is not to be missed.  Here, you will find benches where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean and relax with a lovely breeze.  

You are welcome to attend our worship services, as well.  The recitation of Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer and the celebration of the Holy Eucharist occur daily in the St. Barnabas chapel.  

Please note that there is a fee for visiting the College, to assist with keeping this lovely site open to the public. We also welcome donations in the chapel (You can also donate online right here).

Please note that the lake is full of fish and surrounded by ducks.  While you are welcome to observe and feed the animals, you may not fish in the lake or remove ducks.

We look forward to seeing you!


For further information on Tea, lunch, hiking tours, weddings, and kids packages please visit  or call 423-1170

Heritage Tourism

Codrington College is the oldest Theological College in the Western hemisphere and the oldest tertiary institution in the region. With a majestic view of the Caribbean sea and surrounded by a beautiful, peaceful, and tranquil garden-like serenity. The College provides an ideal environment in which to study and reflect.

Book An Event

Are you looking to use our facilities to book a wedding, conference, seminar, camp? Please visit, please visit  or call 423-1170. Thank you.

Entrance Fees

Changes have been in effect since Friday, December 1st 2017. Codrington College re-introduced an Entrance Fee for visitors to the College compound to assist in recovering some of the cost of maintenance and preservation of our buildings and grounds; in particular, the gardens, lawns and public restrooms.


1.) Entry Charge: This allows persons to use the areas before the bridge, including the lawns lining the driveway, the play-park, picnic areas, the wood-side of the lake, and parking.


Single Vehicle

(Up to 5 persons)


(Up to 9 persons)

Vehicle with

10 or more persons

BDS$5 BDS$10 BDS$20

 Site Tour Fees: This allows persons to enter the facilities beyond the bridge to experience a self-guided historic, architectural or natural heritage tour.



Tour of Heritage


Children under


Groups/Tour Coaches/

Professional Photoshoots

BDS$10/USD$5 BDS$2 Call 423-1170 for Bookings



Bulk re-sellers of visitor tickets will be allowed to purchase tickets at a discounted rate.

We will offer taxi and tour operators special arrangements.


For further information on Tea, lunch, hiking tours, weddings, and kids packages please visit  or call 423-1170


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