Wallblake House

Wallblake House is the oldest and most intact plantation house on Anguilla, built in 1787. The entire complex of buildings is intact, including kitchens, worker's quarters and stables.

This museum dispenses to tourists a different glance into how Anguilla's natives regard the subject matter. Part of the numbered showcases at Wallblake House, visitors likely will interest in a selection of permanent exhibits. These are this site's unchanging displays.

Staying Close

Those wishing to visit Wallblake House may choose to book their trip in the Valley, since visitors to this part of Anguilla will be excited to have easy museum access during their visit. With just a few accommodations in the region surrounding Wallblake House, only moderate tourist traffic should be anticipated.

Hotels near Wallblake House
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Lloyd's Bed and Breakfast B & B 0.7 mi. (1.0 km) NW
Las Esquinas B & B 2.1 mi. (2.5 km) SW

Location and What's Nearby

Guests visiting this museum will have no problem finding a meal afterword, since you'll find a plentiful supply of food and drink providers near this attraction. The nearest place to eat is Hungry's, which serves Caribbean dishes. Hungry's is a small distance off, but far-off enough that you will decide to make arrangements for having some type of transport to arrive. Ken's Pork and Andy's Restaurant & Bar are some of the additional nearby lunch and dinner possibilities. At Andy's Restaurant & Bar you and your group will want to eat some Fusion food and enjoy the culture of Anguilla.


Operating Hours

Tour hours are Tuesday and Friday, 10:00 am - Noon.


The admission cost is US$5.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (264) 497-6613

Location: Wallblake Road, the Valley, Anguilla

Website: http://wallblake.ai/

Email: info@wallblake.ai


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