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.
Those wishing to visit Sir Oliva Georges Plaza may choose to book their trip in downtown Road Town, since guests staying in this region of the Virgin Islands will be excited to have easy access to this historic attraction during their visit. Though this location isn't packed with visitors, that doesn't mean you won't find a small number of hotel booking options to pick from.
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Active guests will enjoy visiting Tiny Trunk Bay, the beach closest to this historical site.
There is not cost to stroll through the courtyard.
Location: Road Town, Tortola
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