Harris Promenade, San Fernando

After taking the Water Taxi to San Fernando we used one of the Discover T&T maps to find Harris Promenade. 

Named after Lord Harris, who was the Governor of Trinidad from 1846–1854, the promenade is an important feature of the urban landscape of the city. Important buildings are found here including the Supreme Court, City Hall and a church that is over 100 years old. 

With its shady trees on one side, interesting statues and a section of the last train to run through Trinidad, people can find many reasons to explore this space. Below are a few images captured in and around the Promenade.

A section of the last train engine

Shady trees on the promenade

Statue of Marcus Garvey

Pigeons enjoy crumbs thrown by a passer-by

Our Lady Of Perpetual Help (RC) Church- The first structure was built in the 1800’s

Statue of Mahatma Gandhi

 Rodney Adolphus Wilkes, Trinidad and Tobago’s first Olympic medalist, hails from San Fernando

View towards the Chancery Lane end of Harris Promenade

San Fernando police station

City Hall
Historical information about the Promenade displayed outside the City Hall

The bandstand where open-air shows are held

St. Pauls Anglican Church

Aisha and Ariann are ready to reacquaint themselves with and in some cases ‘meet’ Trinidad and Tobago. Follow as these two travel to different places and interact with a multitude of faces while ‘Discovering T&T’.