24 HOUR Tour
The Millennium Masquerade Bahamas
For Freeport guests with resources seeking adventure, The Millennium Masquerade provides an interactive 24 hour cultural experience unlike traditional tours, The Millennium Masquerade Bahamas appeals to various interests.
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“Hey Man!” That’s what we say in the Bahamas to almost everyone we meet and that’s some of the lyrics of a popular Bahamian song by local artist Eddie Minnis.
Welcome to the site that focuses on Bahamian Culture. How we live, where we live what we do how we do it; all comprise our culture. Music, art, dance, celebrations, worship, cuisine, dress are some of the many aspects of culture.
The Bahamian originates from the African, European and American extractions that make up our people in the early years and even more nationalities in recent times. Parliament Square Cultural Center in Freeport, Grand Bahama was developed to showcase the Bahamian culture throughout the year so that those aspects that might only be seen at certain times or in certain parts of the island chain would be available for patrons to see such as Junkanoo and rock ovens.