St. John Sights


Annaberg Plantation

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Annaberg Plantation Review

In the 18th century, sugar plantations dotted the steep hills of this island. Slaves and free Danes and Dutchmen toiled to harvest the cane that was used to create sugar, molasses, and rum for export. Built in the 1780s, the partially restored plantation at Leinster Bay was once an important sugar mill. Although there are no official visiting hours, the National Park Service has regular tours, and some well-informed taxi drivers will show you around. Occasionally you may see a living-history demonstration—someone making johnnycake or weaving baskets. For information on tours and cultural events, contact the V.I. National Park Visitors Center.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Leinster Bay Rd., Annaberg, St. John, 00831
  • Phone: 340/776–6201
  • Cost: Free
  • Hours: Daily dawn–dusk
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  • Location: North Shore
Updated: 03-04-2014

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    Pretty interesting

    This ruin is cool, but seems they could do more with it. The signs are not very informative.

    by joebird, 1/4/07

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