Sir Oliva Georges Plaza

Once the center of commerce and trade -- especially slave trade -- on Tortolla, Sir Oliva Georges Plaza was named for the first British Virgin Islander to be knighted. It is the nearest courtyard to the Virgin Islands Folk Museum.


The Sir Oliva Georges Plaza is home to several commercial buildings and the Royal Virgin Islands Police Headquarters. If you can find an open bench, it's a great place to people watch and perhaps even have a quick lunch.

Staying Close

Downtown Road Town is a good option for those wishing to visit Sir Oliva Georges Plaza, since travelers to this part of the Virgin Islands will have the benefit of convenient access to the historical site during their visit. The area around this site remains relatively quiet, especially as there aren't many lodgings nearby.

Hotels near Sir Oliva Georges Plaza
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Village Cay Resort & Marina Hotel -- --
Maria Hotel by the Sea Hotel -- --
Mooring-Mariner Inn Hotel -- --
Treasure Isle Hotel Hotel -- --
Fort Burt Hotel Hotel -- --
Prospect Reef Resort Resort -- --

Location and What's Nearby

There are many restaurants to pick from in the region immediately near this historical site. Calypso Cafe, which offers eclectic food, is also the closest restaurant to this site. Ceto's Restaurant & Bar and Dougie's Ice Cream Parlour offer additional restaurant options close to Sir Oliva Georges Plaza where you could experience the flavors of the Virgin Islands, and munch on some tasty cuisine.



There is not cost to stroll through the courtyard.

Contact Information

Location: Road Town, Tortola


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