The Cruzan Rum Factory
Take a tour of the rum-making process complete with tasting bar. Open Monday - Friday from 9-11:30am and 1-4:15 p.m. Closed Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Admission $4.00 adults, $1.00 children 6-18. 692-2280.
Whim Plantation Museum
A restored Great House, sugar mill and other plantation structures near Frederiksted. Guided tours Wednesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday 9am - 12noon. Gift shop. Admission $6.00 adults, $5.00 children over 12, $3.00 children 5-12, under 5 free. 772-0498.
A 19th century Dutch Colonial Apothecary museum.
St. Croix Archaeology Museum
Uncover the customs, traditions and activities of the Pre-Colombian civilizations that lived on St. Croix.
Open Saturdays 10am - 2pm. 692-2365, 773-9595
Lawaetz Family Museum
This 20th century home of a local prominent Dutch home is located adjacent to the rainforest. Guided tours 10am - 4pm Wednesday - Saturday. Admission $6.00 adults, $2.00 children. 772-1539.
Estate Mount Washington
A self-guided signed tour of extensive sugar plantation ruins surrounded by fruit orchards north of Frederiksted. Free. 772-1026.
Estate Little Princess
A 24 acre preserve owned by the Nature Conservancy has walking trails winding through the historic ruins of a sugar plantation. Picnic tables. Open Tuesday - Thursday 3 - 5pm. Closed federal holidays. Donation asked for $5.00
St. George Village Botanical Garden
A rainforest walk and a cactus garden are among the attractions. Situated on 16 acres the Gardens include over 1000 species of native and exotic flowering trees, vines and shrubs. Guided tours available by appointment. Open everyday 9am - 5pm November - May, Tuesday - Saturday, 9an - 4pm June - October. Closed on U.S. Federal holidays. Admission fee $6.00 adults, $1.00 children under 12.
Salt River Bay National Park and Ecological Preserve
A very historical area right in our backyard. Christopher Columbus landed here on his voyage in 1493, resulting in a conflict between his sailors and the Carib Indians. Previously settled by the Arawak Indians there are many historical artifacts. The St. Croix Environmental Association conducts tours of this area, call 773-3663, or see it by kayak with Caribbean Adventure Tours.
St. Ann's Church and Shrine
At Estate Barren Spot in mid-island. Combines a historic 18th century former plantation chapel with a religious shrine in a former sugar mill. Open to the public daily 9am - 5pm. Free. 778-0484.
Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge
Sandy Point is the only place in the United States where leatherback sea turtles frequently nest. Sandy Point is open Saturdays and Sundays, except during nesting season, which is usually mid-May through September. Admission is free. 773-4554
Divi Carina Bay Casino
The Virgin Islands' only casino, located on the east end. Open Monday - Friday 12pm - 4am. Weekends/Holidays 12pm - 6am. 773-9700.
St. Croix Leap/Rainforest
A unique woodworking shop in the rainforest north of Frederiksted. Island mahogany and other locally grown wood transformed by skilled woodworkers and apprentices in this educational project. 772-0421.
Take the paved road to the secluded eastern-most spot in the United States with its new Millennium Monument. The path to lovely Isaac and Jacks' Bay start just before you reach the parking area at Point Udall. We recommend packing a picnic lunch, your snorkeling gear and spending the rest of the day there. Bring sunscreen as shade is hard to find.
Not for the faint of heart or out-of-shape. At the end of a long hike you are rewarded with a relaxing dip in the secluded natural tide pools of St. Croix. Ask us for directions.
World Famous Beer Drinking Pigs of Montpellier Domino Club
Located in the middle of the rainforest on Mahogany Road (route 76). There is a $1 fee to see the 6 pigs, $3 to video them, and you buy their beer! There is a full bar and local food for your enjoyment.