St. George Village Botanical Garden, Frederiksted

Categories: Gardens, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
Take a trip through botanical and historical heritage at St. George Village Botanical Garden. Established in 1972, the organisation dedicates its work to conservation and education of indigenous plant life. Immerse yourself in an environment that hosts over 1,500 native and exotic species of plant, set amongst 19th century Danish sugar cane plantation ruins. The garden's herbarium boasts an impressive 5,000 dried and pressed specimens that make up 80% of the plant life known to exist on the islands. A colorful, quirky gift shop offers a range of botanical themed gifts to take home, with a notable collection of cook books. Work out when and for how long to visit St. George Village Botanical Garden and other St. Croix attractions using our handy St. Croix trip itinerary builder.
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  • I really enjoyed my visit here. I spent about 2 hours here leisurely walking the lovely gardens within the ruins of an old sugar plantation. I loved the historical feel. Great place for photos. 
  • This was a must see. I love going to botanical gardens when I travel and this had history and a great variety of things to see. Fresh fruit from fruit tress, fruit bats, and a rain forest. Lots of wal...  read more »
  • Took a tour with Amy and had an amazing time. This is a must see while in St. Croix, great for all. Great views of all kinds of plants and amazing pictures from our guide Amy. Great gift shop as well!...  read more »
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