Cinnamon Bay Plantation Ruins

Photo Credit: © Jami Dwyer CC BY
 

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

Cinnamon Bay Plantation Ruins is located on St. John, which means those visiting this region of the Virgin Islands will be pleased to have easy site access during their visit. There is a reasonably varied selection of hotels in the region 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

There are a couple of convenient outdoor enterprises to participate in when you and your party are not viewing Cinnamon Bay Plantation Ruins. Tourists who will enjoy testing their talents around the green, might want to do so at the nearest option, which is Mahogany Run Public Golf Course. Free hours can also be enjoyed at Cinnamon Bay, the closest beach. Plus, your group will likely run into a few more beach and golf opportunities in the vicinity. Visitors will find a fair number of indoor attractions in the vicinity. Located only a short distance away are two additional alluring attractions close by--America Hill Ruins and Catherineberg Ruins.

Information

Operating Hours

You might want to call the venue ahead for their hours of operation.

Payment

If you need to know the price of admission, call Cinnamon Bay Plantation Ruins ahead of time to find out if they charge, and if so, how much.

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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