Originally built as a slave market, this old square is now filled with the products and produce of the native farmers and workers looking to sell their wares. Stop by not only to see how a nation can adapt from even the ugliest of histories, but maybe to get a good deal too.
Those wishing to visit Market Square may choose to book their trip in downtown Charlotte Amalie, as those staying in this region of the Virgin Islands will be excited to have easy access to this historic attraction for the duration of their trip. While the region isn't over-crowded, you'll nevertheless find a dozen or so of lodgings to pick from.
|The Crystal Palace||B & B||--||--|
|Bellavista Bed and Breakfast||B & B||--||--|
|Bunker Hill Hotel||B & B||0.3 mi. (0.4 km)||ENE|
|Galleon House Bed & Breakfast||B & B||--||--|
|Windward Passage Hotel||Hotel||--||--|
There are a few nearby open air options to engage in while you and your group aren't taking in Market Square. Tourists who enjoy trying out their proficiency at the course, can do so at the nearest golfing opportunity, which is Herman E. Moore Golf Course. Sunny days can also be spent at Sprat Bay Beach, the most close-by beach. Though you won't find an extensive selection nearby, a few additional comparable outdoor options can be reached from Market Square. Historic site guests will discover multiple interesting places out of the sun in the vicinity. There are a pair of places you may enjoy -Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul and Synagogue of Beracha Veshalom Vegmiluth Hasidim- which are both located rather close to the historic site.
Location: Curacao Gade, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
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