The house of wealthy salt merchants, this old building is still owned by the decedents of the merchants who built the house back in the early 1800's.
You will need to check when visiting, as the house is sometimes open for tours. The schedule though is irregular. If it is open, you will be able to explore the old house with much of the original furnishings, books, and other things inside.
Those wishing to visit White House may choose to book their trip in Balfour Town, since visitors to this area of Turks and Caicos will be excited to have convenient access to the historical site during their visit. With only a small number of accommodations around the community around this historical site, less than average tourist traffic should be expected.
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The area near this historical site isn't exactly known for its array of food and beverage options, but tourists with an adventuresome attitude just might come across one or two places where they can enjoy some food. Coral Reef Bar and Grill, which offers Caribbean meals, will be of particular interest to visitors looking for a convenient meal. Also close-by, you'll come across eateries including Island Thyme Bistro and Pat's Place where you and your party will not want to ask for your check without ordering a plate of their specialty seafood.
Visitors to the house will not have to pay any admission price.
Location: West Coastal Road, Balfour Town, Salt Cay
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