Anguilla

Exploring on Anguilla is mostly about checking out the spectacular beaches and resorts. The island has only a few roads. Locals are happy to provide directions, but using the readily available tourist map is the best idea. Visit the Anguilla Tourist Board, centrally located on Coronation Avenue in The Valley.

You can take a free, self-guided tour of the Anguilla Heritage Trail, comprising 10 important historical sights that can be explored independently in any order. Wallblake House, in The Valley, is the main information center for the trail, or you can just look for the large boulders with descriptive plaques.

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  • 1. Heritage Museum Collection

    A remarkable opportunity to learn about Anguilla, this tiny museum (complete with gift shop) is painstakingly curated by Colville Petty. Old photographs and local records...Read More

  • 2. Warden's Place

    This former sugar-plantation great house, on the Anguilla Heritage Trail, was built in the 1790s and is a fine example of island architecture. For many...Read More

  • 3. Fountain National Park and Caverns

    Although the prehistoric cavern, 50 feet below the surface, itself is not open to the public, there is an interesting exhibit with information and artifacts...Read More

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