As one of the many sugar mills built in Antigua, mills like the Old Sugar Mill Ruins served as the backbone of the early Antigua economy. Built in 1674, this building is now well over 300 years old. It has been preserved to serve as a monument to the many slaves that were subjugated and used in the building of the country.
Consider staying in Cassada Gardens if you plan on visiting Old Sugar Mill Ruins, as visitors to this area of Antigua will be pleased to have convenient access to the historical site during their visit. There are numerous lodgings surrounding Old Sugar Mill Ruins.
|Cottages||1.3 mi. (2.4 km)||NW|
|City View Hotel||Hotel||1.7 mi. (0.4 km)||W|
|Heritage Hotel||Hotel||2.0 mi. (0.3 km)||WSW|
|Antigua Beachcomber Hotel||Hotel||2.3 mi. (6.6 km)||NE|
|Hotel||2.5 mi. (0.7 km)||NW|
|Dutchman's Bay Cottages||Cottages||2.5 mi. (6.1 km)||NE|
And, one of the most exciting options while spending a few hours exploring the area could be eating a meal at a restaurant within traveling distance of Old Sugar Mill Ruins. Subway Parham where you and your group will want to try a bit of American cuisine and enjoy the culture of Antigua., which has a menu full of Middle Eastern dishes, is very close-by, making it a great option for patrons here. Shwarma is just around a mile from this landmark, so stop in and enjoy a meal. Also close-by, you and your group will find restaurants like and
Location: Cassada Gardens, Antigua
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