One of the main plantations to support the sugar industry on St. Croix during the 18th and 19th centuries, Annaberg Plantation was owned by the first Danish governor of St. Croix, Frederick Moth. Now, the property is in ruins and is a popular tourist attractions amongst those who wonder about the history of the plantation in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
A number of buildings associated with sugar production, including a windmill, factory, and slave quarters, although in ruins, are all a part of a tour of this property.
Annaberg Plantation is located on St. John, meaning visitors to this area of the Virgin Islands will have the benefit of easy site access throughout their trip. While this location isn't a massive tourist destination, you'll still find a sizable selection of hotels to pick from.
|Trinidad Charlie's Cottages||Lodge||3.9 mi. (1.4 km)||SW|
|Caneel Bay Resort||Resort||3.9 mi. (1.4 km)||WSW|
|Westin Resort, St. John||Resort||4.5 mi. (1.1 km)||SW|
|Estate Lindholm||B & B||4.6 mi. (0.5 km)||WSW|
If you work up an appetite viewing this historic site, you're in luck, since you will find numerous choices of dining possibilities near this attraction. Sweet Plantains, which has a menu full of Caribbean fare, is also the most convenient dining option from this site. The eatery is a brief ways off, but far-removed enough that you will want to decide on using a mode of transport to get there. Pickles in Paradise and are a couple other food and drink options near Annaberg Plantation where you could give your taste buds a treat and enjoy the Virgin Islands scene.
You should call the landmark ahead for their hours of operation.
For price of admission, dial up Annaberg Plantation before your visit to determine if they charge, and if so, how much.
Phone Number: (340) 776-6201 ext. 238
Location: St. John
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