As the center of St. Lucia's historical and cultural conservation movement, this museum itself holds many treasures of its own. With numerous artifacts and document s detailing the history of St. Lucia's government and in particular the Government House.
With a focus on the Government House of St. Lucia, the museum details the affairs the building and the governor Governor-General, and the role they have played on St. Lucia history. As the representative of the Monarch, the Governor-General has been the day to day manager of St. Lucia since 1627, and you can bet in the nearly four centuries that the office has played a role.
Those wishing to visit Le Pavillion Royal Museum may choose to book their trip in Castries, as those staying in this part of St. Lucia will have convenient access to the museum during their visit. The area around the museum remains relatively quiet, perhaps because there is such a limited selection of places to stay in the vicinity.
|Auberge Seraphine Hotel||Hotel||0.8 mi. (1.0 km)||N|
|Cara Suites Castries||Hotel||1.0 mi. (0.7 km)||ENE|
|Rendezvous Hotel||Resort||1.5 mi. (1.7 km)||NE|
Le Pavillion Royal Museum guests will have access to one or two outdoor activities like golfing and doing some beach-going without having to look very hard. Museum patrons who would also like to work on their golf game should look into the nearest course, Sandals St. Lucia La Toc Golf. If playing a few rounds of golf doesn't excite you, consider going over to La Toc Beach, the closest beach. Plus, your group might find a few more outdoor choices in the neighborhood. Museum visitors will also find a fair number of other local attractions within a reasonable distance. Just a short distance away you will find another pair of alluring attractions close by--Derek Walcott Square and Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
Location: Castries, Saint Lucia
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