The Fredriksdal Plantation Ruins comprise what remains of the Annaberg Plantation located in the ton of Fresriksdal. Almost completely overrun by vegetation at this point, there are a few standing structures that give an idea about what life was like during the grand plantation era.
The ruins are of the estate house, which is where the plantation owners of Annaberg lived. What still remains is an oven, a well, and a horsemill.
Those wishing to visit Fredriksdal Plantation Ruins may choose to book their trip on St. John, since guests staying in this part of the Virgin Islands will be pleased to have easy site access for the duration of their trip. There is a reasonable amount of hotels around the neighborhood within the vicinity of this historical site.
|Trinidad Charlie's Cottages||Lodge||3.4 mi. (1.4 km)||SW|
|Caneel Bay Resort||Resort||3.5 mi. (1.4 km)||WSW|
|Westin Resort, St. John||Resort||4.1 mi. (1.1 km)||SW|
|Estate Lindholm||B & B||4.2 mi. (0.5 km)||WSW|
If you work up an appetite while viewing the historic site, don't worry -- you'll find numerous choices of lunch and dinner options in the vicinity. T'ree Lizards Restaurant, which plates up American fare, is also the most convenient option for visitors to this historical site. It is maybe around a mile and a half away from this landmark, so stop by and eat up! Pickles in Paradise and Sweet Plantains are some of the other restaurant choices nearby. At Sweet Plantains you and your party can sample Caribbean fare and enjoy the Virgin Islands scene.
There is no cost to visit these ruins.
Location: St. John
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