Cinnamon Bay Plantation Ruins

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Cinnamon Bay Plantation was one of the earliest plantations established on St. John. In 1733, Daniel Jenson, the owner of Cinnamon Bay, played a role in the slave rebellions that was so strong that it took force from both the French and the English to put it down.

Offerings

Tours of the ruins of Cinnamon Bay take visitors through the horse mill, the "Bagasse Shed," the slave quarters, two cemeteries, a warehouse, and more.

Staying Close

St. John is a good option for those wishing to visit Cinnamon Bay Plantation Ruins, because visitors to this area of the Virgin Islands will have the benefit of convenient access to the historical site during their visit. There is a good selection of hotels in the neighborhood around this historical site.

Hotels near Cinnamon Bay Plantation Ruins
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Trinidad Charlie's Cottages Lodge 2.1 mi. (1.4 km) SW
Caneel Bay Resort Resort 2.2 mi. (1.4 km) W
The Westin St. John Resort Resort 2.8 mi. (1.1 km) SW
Estate Lindholm B & B 2.9 mi. (0.5 km) WSW
Inn at Tamarind Court Hotel 2.9 mi. (0.1 km) WSW
St. John Inn Hotel 2.9 mi. (0.2 km) SW
Cruz Bay Boutique Hotel Hotel 3.0 mi. (0.3 km) WSW

Location and What's Nearby

If you're time spend at this site has got your stomach stomach growling, there's no need to fret -- you'll find an exceptional selection of restaurants and bars within traveling distance. The most proximate restaurant is T'ree Lizards Restaurant, which has a menu full of American meals. T'ree Lizards Restaurant is a brief ways off, but removed enough that you might decide to aim for having a particular mode of transport to transport your party. Chateau Bordeaux Restaurant and Gwen's are some of the other dining possibilities in the area. At Gwen's you and your companions may eat some Caribbean cuisine and enjoy the culture of the Virgin Islands.

Information

Operating Hours

The operating hours for the historic site aren't readily available, meaning that your smartest option is phoning ahead to make sure the property will be open to visitors during the time you and your group plan to make an appearance.

Payment

To find out how much the museum charges, dial up Cinnamon Bay Plantation Ruins ahead of time to find out how much they charge, or if they do at all.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (340) 776-6201

Location: North Shore Road, St. John

Website: http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/prvi/pr44.htm

 

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