Plan a day trip to explore the many things to do in Belize City

With its landmark location, Radisson Fort George Hotel and Marina is perfect for couples, families, and corporate travelers looking for a little adventure. Our diving tours make it easy to see the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere or view wild manatees around the offshore cayes. You can also browse exhibitions at the Museum of Belize or go shopping at downtown retailers. If you're a history buff, you don't want to miss the Mayan site at Altun Ha, just a 30-minute drive from the hotel. If you're looking for the best things to do in the old capital city, then reserve one of our hotel rooms within minutes of Belize City’s iconic museum tours, incredible ancient sites, and beautiful sea adventures.

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Offshore Cayes

13.74 mi / 22.12 km from the hotel
Four islands with white sands and palm trees sit atop the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere just outside of Belize City. Don't miss this scuba diving or snorkeling paradise.

The Belize Sign Monument

0.1 mi / 0.16 km from the hotel
Take a picture with family or friends at this popular tourist spot overlooking the Caribbean Sea.

Altun Ha

21.72 mi / 34.96 km from the hotel
The most visited Mayan site in the country, Altun Ha offers glimpses into the history and culture of this ancient civilization.

Downtown Belize City

1.36 mi / 2.19 km from the hotel
Head downtown to relax at our historic Battlefield Park which faces the Supreme Court Building and see some of the Colonial Architecture along Albert and Regent Streets or browse the local retailers.

Government House

0.49 mi / 0.79 km from the hotel
This residence housed the country's governors for nearly 150 years before it was converted into a national landmark. Walk the grounds or sign up for a tour of the interior to learn more.

Museum of Belize

0.46 mi / 0.74 km from the hotel
Before 2002, this stately building was Her Majesty's Prison. Today, it houses Belizean artifacts of scientific, historic, and artistic significance, including Mayan relics dating back to 250 B.C.