Attractions

Virgin Islands Sustainable Farm Institute

The Virgin Islands Sustainable Farm Institute sprawls over 100 acres of the highlands of northwest St. Croix. The highlands are infamous for their verdant hills and hidden valleys that make up the flourishing landscape of VISFI. In early 2003 the founders began nurturing the farm and pastures into a thriving landscape of orchards and gardens.

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Caribbean Museum Center for the Art

The Caribbean Museum Center for Arts is a beautiful venue that features local artists works from digital photography, drawings, and more. While this museum features a large amount of artistic work, it is also a center of educational experiences.

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Buddhoe Park

Buddhoe Park is a small shady park serves a great historical symbol for much of the African American population of St. Croix. On July 3, 1848, General Buddhoe congregated thousands of armed salves and demanded their freedom. Today hundreds of people fill the streets of Frederikstead

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Whim Plantation Museum

The Whim Plantation is the oldest sugar plantation in the Virgin Islands. This sugar plantation was ran in the early 18th century and covered over 12 acres of land. Many of the buildings and machinery, such as the windmill and sugar factory, have been recently restored and now open for the public to explore.

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Apothecary Hall Museum

The Apothecary Hall Museum is located in downtown Christiansted. This Apothecary was established in the early 18th century in order to prepare medicines for the Danish military that was stationed in Christiansted. Rich with history, the apothecary was deemed a Danish Colonial pharmacy museum in the late nineteenth century.

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