Annaberg Sugar Plantation, Virgin Islands National Park

Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
Take a tour of the historical ruins of Annaberg Sugar Plantation. Founded in the 18th century by Governor General Frederick Moth, the plantation ranked among the island's largest producers of sugar, molasses, and rum. See the huge windmil, learn about the history of the plantation, and enjoy the sweeping views of the sea and the Virgin Islands. Take a short walk among the ruins and view the slave quarters, rum factory ruins, and dungeons. Plan your Annaberg Sugar Plantation visit and explore what else you can see and do in Virgin Islands National Park using our Virgin Islands National Park vacation builder.
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  • Honestly I expected more, but the real value is close your eyes and imagine the hard work of sugarcane harvesters.
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  • The ruins here are great and well-marked, but you'll definitely want to stop by the park headquarters and pick up a map of the site. We went in the off-season and the guard booth was empty, which was ...  read more »
  • Loved the historical aspect part of visiting this plantation as it is always about the beaches on the islands. But very nice to see this still standing to keep the roots of the island. We flew the dro...  read more »
  • The history of these islands has opened up my eyes in way I've never imagined. The ruins help paint the picture.
  • Really cools ruins to check out and explore the area
  • Pretty good.
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