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

Those wishing to visit Sir Oliva Georges Plaza may choose to book their trip in downtown Road Town, as those staying in this part of the Virgin Islands will have the benefit of easy access to this historic attraction during their time there. With only a few accommodations around the area within the vicinity of Sir Oliva Georges Plaza, relatively little tourist traffic might be predicted.

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 multitudes of dining options to select from in the community near this historical site. The most frequented nearby place to eat is Calypso Cafe, which dishes out eclectic food. Also within a short distance, you and your group will encounter restaurants like Ceto's Restaurant & Bar and Dougie's Ice Cream Parlour allowing you to choose between several restaurant choices.



There is not cost to stroll through the courtyard.

Contact Information

Location: Road Town, Tortola


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