Bahamian Culture & Cuisine

Grum Ma’s House Cultural Center is our staging place for our Culture and Cuisine Tours. It is located in the settlements of Hunter’s on Grand Bahama Island. It is situated next to the oldest Catholic Church on the island, St. Vincent De Paul.
Grum Ma's House provides a Bahamian cultural and historical tour. Tour of Bahamian History and Culture encompasses: the Christian, Government, Literary, Art & Craft, Heritage, Music: genres such as Calypso, Rake, Junkanoo, Goombay, Dice cee Doe and Merengue. Experience the national festival of "First Fruits", Junkanoo which is directly from our West African Heritage in costume, music and dance. Taste Bush Tea. Learn about it and Bush Medicine, aspects of the African Heritage coupled with American Indian Heritage . Guests can actively participate in how Bahamian food is cooked and how it taste. This is not restaurant but home cooked. Explore other aspects of Bahamian culture in practical ways as time permits.

Donald explaining the contributions of the Black Seminole Indians.

Meet The Founder(s)


Grum Ma’s House Cultural Center comes out of the plan of Parliament Square Cultural Center which was established to provide Bahamian culture and cuisine to residents and guests to the island of Freeport, Grand Bahama. This is interactive and a hands on approach to expand your tour experience above the ususal tourist thing.

Meet Your Tour Guides!

Grum Ma's House Cultural Center comes out of Parliament Square Cultural Center which was created for interactive approach to experiencing Bahamian culture.

Donald Duncombe

Tour Guide and owner

I love to share my country and culture with all our residents and guests.

Princess Dianna

Tour Guide/Chef

Dianne is our chef for the Taste Bahamas Tours. She loves cooking and pepper. She loves meeting people and traveling.

Victoria Duncombe

Tour Guide/ Chef

Vicky is our assistant chef for Taste Bahamas Tours. She loves entertaining and cuisine.