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All Saints Anglican Church
This church dates back to 1848 when it was consecrated. It was built in the neogothic architectural style using Laventille stone - 25-minute (14.4 km) drive from Green Space.

Angostura
House of Angostura was established in 1830 making it the oldest establishment still operating in Trinidad today. Tours of the distillery are set to restart in 2Q 2022 and feature the famed Angostura Bitters, their rums, historical artifacts as well as an extensive butterfly collection - 25-minute (10.2 km) drive from Green Space.

Archbishop's Palace
One of the Magnificent Seven around the Queen's Park Savannah, designed by an Irishman influenced by Indian architecture. The building was completed in 1904 but underwent many changes between 1968 and 1969. On completion of the renovations, Monsignor Anthony Pantin, the first Trinidadian Archbiship, took up residence -25-minute (15 km) drive from Green Space.

Boissière House
Also known as the Gingerbread House is one of the most photographed houses in Port of Spain. It was designed and built in 1904, and features a painted glass window, floor tiles from England and single-slab marble steps from Italy - 25-minute (13.7 km) drive from Green Space.

Cabildo
This building is listed by the Trinidad and Tobago National Trust. It is a small but beautifully restored 200 year old buildiing in the Spanish colonial styled tropical architecture in Port of Spain and is currently a Law Museum. It is featured in the Savant TV 2014 locally produced short documentary series Within These Walls - 30-minute (14.9 km) drive from Green Space.

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
Cathedral was built in the shape of a Latin Cross and used blue metal from Laventille quarries. It was completed in 1832 - 40 minute (14.8 km) drive from Green Space.

Chaguaramas Military & Aviation Museum
This museum contains memorabilia from collection of the curator and founder, Commander Gaylord Kelshall of the T&T Coast Guard. For military buffs, we suggest viewing the Savant Film Production The West Indies at War 4-part series (2015) to complement a visit to this museum - 50-minute (24.1 km) drive from Green Space.

Fort George
Built in 1804, it commands a great view but never saw military action. We recommend visiting with a tour group - 35-minute (15.3 km) drive from Green Space.

Hanuman Murti at Dattatreya Temple
Located in Carapichaima, the Hanuman Murti on the compound is an 85 ft statue and is the largest one of its kind outside India. The temple and murti were designed and built by artisans from India - 50-minute drive (35.1 km) from Green Space.

Hayes Court
One of the Magnificent Seven around the Queen's Park Savannah, it was completed in 1910 with a combination of French colonial and contemporary Scottish style. It is traditionally the residence of the Anglican Bishop and is currently being restored - 30-minute (14.8 km) drive from Green Space.

Keshorn Walcott (Galera Point) Lighthouse
The Galera light house was completed in 1867 but opened in 1897, to commemorate the year of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee - it still bears the Victorian inscription. It was renamed Keshorn Walcott to honour his javelin gold medal for Trinidad and Tobago in the 2012 London Olympics. He was the first Caribbean male athlete, as well as the first of African descent, to win the gold medal in a throwing event in the history of the Olympic games. The light house commands spectacular views of the sea - 2-hours 30-minutes (93.3 km) from Green Space.

Killarney/Stollmeyer's Castle
One of the Magnificent Seven around the Queen's Park Savannah, it was completed in 1904 in the Scottish Baronial architectural style and is thought to have been inspired by a wing of Balmoral Castle in Scotland. It was called Killarney by the family but during the second world war it was occupied by US forces who called it The Castle, hence the name Stollmeyer's Castle - 30-minute (15.1 km) drive from Green Space.

Knowsley
Built in 1904, this Port of Spain building was originally owned by a wealthy Scottish businessman. An Italian marble gallery, purple heart wood from Guyana and local limestone were used in the construction. It currently houses the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Featured in the Savant TV 2014 locally produced short documentary series Within These Walls  - 25-minute (14 km) drive from Green Space.

La Venezuela Statue
Built by the Spanish on the Santa Cruz Old Road to memorialise an Amerindian who was killed by his tribe for warning the Spanish of an attack. It is believed to date back to the 1800s - 15-minute drive (8.1 km) from Green Space.

Lopinot Historical Complex
The complex is located in Lopinot Village and the great house is listed on the Trinidad and Tobago Heritage Trust Register. The house dates back to 1806 as part of the La Reconnaissance Estate. The grounds include a river and cemetery and are picturesque and serene. There are many stories about the ghost of Compte Lopinot and the enslaved people from his estate. In July 2011, Ghost Hunters International, a popular SyFy television series, featured Lopinot in Rising from the Grave - Trinidad, Season 3 Episode 301. We recommend the tour of the complex that covers the history, a demonstration of chocolate making and a visit to the Martin Gomez Cave - 1-hour 15-minute (38.2 km) drive from Green Space.

Memorial Park
Park honours Trinidad & Tobago Nationals who served in the two World Wars - 30-minute (13.5 km) drive from Green Space.

Meyler House - Angelo Bissessarsingh Heritage
The Meyer House is of historical importance and is listed by the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago. It was purchased by the family of the late renowned historian Angelo Bissessarsingh and is intended as a space to display the historical artifacts ammassed by Angelo in his short life - 35-minute (15.6 km) drive from Green Space.

See Video:
Last interview of Angelo Bissessarsingh by Roger Dwarika

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