Lopinot Complex. It's said that the ghost of the French count Charles Joseph de Lopinot prowls his former home on stormy nights. Lopinot came to Trinidad in 1800 and chose this magnificent site to plant cocoa. His restored estate house has been turned into a museum—a guide is available from 10 to 6—and a center for parang, the Venezuelan-derived folk music. Although worthwhile for those interested in the finer points of Trinidad history, this may not be worth the long and winding drive for most visitors. Lopinot Rd., Trinidad. Take Eastern Main Rd. from Port of Spain to Arouca; look for sign that points north. No phone. Free. Daily 6–6.
Lopinot Rd., unknown, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago