Belize City, Belize
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Approximately 2 Hours
Meals not included
A double treat awaits you in Belize. Discover the architectural diversity of Belize City as your tour takes you down the narrow streets hugged by old colonial buildings amongst modern structures which give the city its quaint charm. View the many historical landmarks that add flavor to this small bustling city, representing the country’s rich cultural fusion of British, Scottish, Spanish and Mayan heritage.
A stop at The Belize Museum, a former colonial prison, with superb exhibitions of Belize’s culture, history, flora and fauna completes your total Belize City experience before you embark on your second treat… a tour of Belize’s Traveller’s Rum Museum (Home of the world famous One Barrel Rum) that highlights the history of rum, rum making and a taste of its many tempting Belizean flavors.
Belize has had a long relationship with rum dating back to the time of the buccaneers and even Rum Runners in the early 1920s.
Local legend has it that Belize City was literally built on rum bottles and history tells of Belizean schooners making runs to the Louisiana coast during prohibition.
Continue rum tasting as you move to the Aging Room where spirits are aged, blended and stored. Keep the cocktails flowing at the full service bar whose counter is said to be part of the remains of an old rum runner ship. Purchase a few more cocktails while being lulled by intoxicating Belizean and Caribbean vibes. Don’t forget to purchase any of over 20 different rum brands at factory prices, as well as "Traveller’s" memorabilia in the Travellers gift shop.
Minimum age is 4 years. Minimum age to drink alcohol is 18 years with a companion aged 21 years or older