1 | Warden's Place
Just like many of the Caribbean Islands, Anguilla depended, in part, on the sugar trade. Warden's Place was once a sugar plantation that was built in the 1790's.
Travel about three quarters of a mile (about a kilometer) to the west-northwest from the center of the Valley to get to this historical site, which is located in the western part of the Valley.
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1 | Coronation Park
If you're coming from the center of the Valley, go a short distance northwest to find this park.
1 | Old Factory
One of the major businesses in Anguilla for a time was the exportation of cotton to England. Old Factory is a still standing reminder of this trade, serving as the historic spot where a great deal of the island's cotton was ginned.
Guests will be able to find this historical site just 0.3 miles (0.4 km) from the center of the Valley.
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1 | Wallblake House
Wallblake House is the oldest and most intact plantation house on Anguilla, built in 1787. The entire complex of buildings is intact, including kitchens, worker's quarters and stables.
Found near the heart of the Valley, this museum is only 0.3 miles (0.6 km) from the center of the Valley.
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