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.

Most out-of-towners determine that it is essential to take interest in as much dealing with the history and culture of the country they are visiting as is achievable, and Wallblake House offers that possibility. Wallblake House, like most museums, hosts a variety of standard displays, which show off the exhibits the museum is most known for.

Staying Close

Wallblake House is located in the Valley, ensuring travelers to this area of Anguilla will be pleased to have easy museum access during their time there. You won't find the area surrounding the museum flooded with tourists, perhaps because there are very few hotel booking options close.

Hotels near Wallblake House
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Lloyd's Bed and Breakfast B & B 0.7 mi. (1.0 km) NW
Las Esquinas B & B 2.1 mi. (2.5 km) SW

Location and What's Nearby

And, one of the most exciting possibilities while spending a few hours exploring the area is sharing a dish at a restaurant within traveling distance of Wallblake House. Hungry's, which offers Caribbean dishes, offers convenient access to the museum. It is only about a couple hundred yards from this site's location, so check it out and place your order. Also near Wallblake House you and your party will come across options like Ken's Pork and Andy's Restaurant & Bar where you should test out Fusion meals and enjoy the culture of Anguilla.

Information

Operating Hours

Tour hours are Tuesday and Friday, 10:00 am - Noon.

Payment

The admission cost is US$5.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (264) 497-6613

Location: Wallblake Road, the Valley, Anguilla

Website: http://wallblake.ai/

Email: info@wallblake.ai

 

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