Government House is the official residence of the Governor General of the Bahamas, located in Nassau. It was built in the colonial days and was the residence of the Governor of the Bahamas. It later continued in the role of official residence and office of the Governor General following political independence from the United Kingdom in 1973.
Built on a hill known as Mount Fitzwilliam and completed in 1806, this imposing stuccoed-coral-rock building on Duke Street is the Bahamian archipelago's foremost example of Georgian Colonial architecture. In 1814, Colonel Don Antonio de Alcedo, a Spanish scholar and soldier, wrote admiringly of its effect.
More information on the official tourist website http://www.bahamas.com/vendor/government-house
Phone +1 242 322 1875
Address Blue Hill Road & Duke Street, Nassau, The Bahamas
Coordinates 25°4'32.718" N -77°20'40.668" E