St. Paul's Church: This Anglican Church was constructed in the 18th Century. This historical remnant is famous for serving as a church for military congregating all through Admiral Nelson's period. This is the most eminent historical site of Falmouth town.
Monks Hill: This spectacular place is the address of one of the historic forts fabricated by the British settlers on their military control of the island in the 18th century. Relics of the fort can be explored till date.
Falmouth Harbor: The captivating and wonderful wide view of Falmouth Harbor is something to be treasured for years. Placed beside the English Harbor main road at Falmouth, Falmouth Harbor Marina has been purposely constructed to serve the big yachts, with docking facility for watercrafts up to 330' along with outline of up to 20' both backsides as well as alongside. This World famous Falmouth Harbor is known for conducting several amusing and exciting events through out the year. The spectrum of events includes Classic Yacht Regatta, Antigua Race Week and Nicholson Charter Boat show.
The eastern region of the Falmouth harbor includes alluring restaurants and is within a convenient walking distance from Nelson's Dockyard. The shops and market places like Bailey's Countryside Flowers, Lonie's Cake Shop and C.E. Bailey's Supermarket are other attractions of this place. These shops offer the customers from flowers to pies and cakes. Vacationers find some well equipped hotels to stay at Falmouth.