There is only one beach of note in St. Andrew and that is the Morgan Lewis Beach. While it is not ideal for sea bathing due to the very strong currents and large waves, it is perfect for long walks due to the expanse of white sand.
Mount Hillaby – at 1115 ft. it is the highest point in Barbados and one of the best scenic spots as well.
Turners Hall Woods – 50 acre woods where one can explore various flora and fauna. One of the last of the tropical forest that covered Barbados in 1627 just before the first settlement. Ideal for those who love the great outdoors and the adventure seekers who love to hike.
Springvale Eco Heritage Museum – once the home of a plantation, this museum displays a collection of antique furniture and old time cooking and household items.
Scotland District has rock formations between 30 and 50 million years old, comprising of clay stones, chalk and volcanic ash.
Highland Potteries and Chalky Mount Potteries – St. Andrew doesn’t have any stores or shops like other parishes, but St. Andrew is known for its’ pottery. Not only can you purchase local potteries as souvenirs, you can also watch the potters at work.
In the district of Chalky Mount in St. Andrew is the only part of the island where Red Clay is found.