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Explore: Magnetic Hill

25th March, 2015
Magnetic Hill or Morgan Lewis Hill Barbados

Magnetic Hill, more commonly known as Morgan Lewis Hill, is located in the middle of the island, 850 feet above sea level in the parish of St. Andrew. This often forgotten spot offers a magnificent view of the Scotland District in St. Andrew. Why is it called a magnetic hill? When driving down this hill, you are given the illusion that it you are actually rolling up hill!

This stunning location, overlooking the east coastline and the lush Scotland District of St. Andrew is also home to one of Barbados’ greatest treasures, the Morgan Lewis Mill. This mill is said to be one of the Seven Wonders of Barbados and one of the last remaining operating windmills throughout the Caribbean.

This spot is a popular one for many island tours for both historic and fascinating views of Barbados. Next time you are out exploring the island, make sure to stop on magnetic hill and see what we are talking about!

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