Old Government House Museum

Visited by many royal figures through time, this location once housed all important government functions and was a residence for the governor. The building deteriorated quickly in the tropical climate and was almost demolished. It was spared that fate, renovated and opened as a museum.

Exhibits

Explore the beautiful grounds and building that make up the Old Government House Museum and enjoy pictures of royal visits and occasions that took place here.

Staying Close

Road Town is a good option for those wishing to visit Old Government House Museum, because visitors to this area of the Virgin Islands will have the benefit of easy museum access for the duration of their trip. You can expect little traffic surrounding the museum, especially as there aren't many places to stay close.

Hotels near Old Government House Museum
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Fort Burt Hotel Hotel 0.3 mi. (1.0 km) SE
Maria Hotel by the Sea Hotel 0.3 mi. (0.1 km) N
Prospect Reef Resort Resort 0.5 mi. (1.4 km) SSE
Village Cay Resort & Marina Hotel 0.5 mi. (0.1 km) N
Mooring-Mariner Inn Hotel -- --
Treasure Isle Hotel Hotel 0.8 mi. (0.7 km) N

Location and What's Nearby

You won't have a hunger problem if you linger at this museum; you'll find numerous choices of dining possibilities in the vicinity. The most proximate restaurant is Capriccio di Mare, which offers Italian dishes. Pusser's Road Town Pub and The Pub are additional restaurant choices nearby. At The Pub you and your group might try a bit of International dishes and enjoy the local foods and culture of the Virgin Islands.

Information

Operating Hours

The schedule of operation for Old Government House Museum isn't readily available, meaning that your party's top chance at success is phoning in advance to make certain the institution is going to be open when you and your group aim to make an appearance.

Payment

Admission price is $3.00.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (284) 494-4091

Location: Waterfront Drive, Old Government House, Road Town, Tortola

Website: http://www.oghm.org/

 

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