McLean’s Town Conch Cracking Festival

This annual homecoming event began in 1972 and attracts both domestic and international visitors, who enthusiastically vie for the coveted and authentically Bahamian designed conch trophy, awarded to the best Conch Cracker in the country. The festival features lots of conch-themed dishes, other food and drinks, locally made souvenirs, as well as a full day of activities that both adults and children can participate in, competitions and exciting live entertainment.

You can register for events upon arrival or just before start time. There is a $5 fee to participate.

Admission Fee: Adults $2 / Children (12-18) $1; under 12 free.

Organization / Contact:
Ms. Elaine Smith
Phone:
(242) 350-8600
Venue:
McLean’s Town Primary School

Address

McLean's Town Grand Bahama Island
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