U.S. Virgin Islands

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Coral World Ocean Park
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4 reviews
Staff feed the sea creatures and give talks about marine biology throughout the day. — Lonely Planet
Estate Whim Museum
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3 reviews
The beautifully restored great house of the island’s oldest sugar plantation was built to last, with 3-foot-thick walls of coral, stone, and molasses. — Frommer's
St. George Village Botanical Garden
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2 reviews
This 16-acre garden of tropical trees, shrubs, vines, and flowers was built around the ruins of a 19th-century sugarcane workers’ village. — Frommer's
Reichhold Center for the Arts
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3 reviews
A Japanese-inspired amphitheater, permeated by the scent of gardenias, is set into a natural valley, with seating space for 1,196. Performances usually begin at 8pm. — Frommer's
St. Peter Greathouse Estate & Gardens
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3 reviews
Today its gardens, restaurant, and event space is pillowed in oversize rain-forest foliage, with a tropical bird aviary and self-guided nature trails through a jungle of orchids. — Frommer's
Cruzan Rum Distillery
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3 reviews
This vintage factory distills the famous Virgin Islands rum that some consider the finest in the world. — Frommer's
Magens Bay
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2 reviews
Deeded to the island as a public park, this heart-shape stretch of white sand is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. — Fodor's
Trunk Bay Beach
7
2 reviews
St. John's most-photographed beach is also the preferred spot for beginning snorkelers because of its underwater trail. — Fodor's
Annaberg Sugar Plantation
7
2 reviews
In its heyday, the Annaberg Plantation produced sugar, molasses and rum — U.S. News & World Report
Fort Christiansvaern
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2 reviews
— Fodor's
Estate Mount Washington Plantation
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2 reviews
Several years ago, while surveying the property, the owners discovered the ruins of a sugar plantation beneath the rain-forest brush. — Fodor's
Secret Harbour
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2 reviews
This west-facing beach in front of the eponymous resort could hardly be more tranquil — Lonely Planet
Skyride to Paradise Point
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2 reviews
Fly skyward in a seven-minute gondola ride to Paradise Point, an overlook with breathtaking views of Charlotte Amalie and the harbor — Fodor's
Caneel Bay Beach
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2 reviews
— U.S. News & World Report
Buck Island Reef National Monument
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2 reviews
Buck Island has pristine beaches that are just right for sunbathing, but there's also some shade for those who don't want to fry. — Fodor's
Point Udall
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2 reviews
This rocky promontory, the easternmost point in the United States, is about a half-hour drive from Christiansted — Fodor's
Fort Frederik
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2 reviews
The fort, completed in 1760, houses an art gallery and a number of interesting historical exhibits, including some focusing on the 1848 Emancipation. — Fodor's
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