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Montserrat Volcano Observatory, Montserrat
(3.6/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
Learn about the recent history of the Soufriere Hills volcano at Montserrat Volcano Observatory, active since 1995. Covering the island's capital city during an eruption in 1997, it is monitored on a daily basis. Visitors can head inside to purchase souvenirs and watch a short educational video about the volcanoes recent activity. Outside, panoramic views of the surrounding carpet of forest and the Soufriere Hills volcano in the distance await. Our Montserrat trip generator makes visiting Montserrat Volcano Observatory and other Montserrat attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Great view to just stand & watch the volcano . Good informative film to view for 20-30 mins which runs every 15 mins after the hour. 
  • Definitely worth the trip. The movie really helped us better understand what happened on the island. Staff was very helpful and we had the good fortune of meeting and speaking with on of the volcanolo...  more »
  • The MVO has a great video focusing on some of the area before, during, and after the series of eruptions. With a great view of the volcano, the MVO is a simple, yet effective way to learn about the in...  more »
  • I went here in 2013 and there a great view of the volcano from here!
  • Shows a 20 minute video, by the time I had got there I had seen most of the clips on the ferry ride over. A few infographics scattered through the halls but nothing interactive or engaging. Has potential to been the jewel of the island but I think Montserrat as a whole is just starting to get its tourism legs back underneath it.