Saint Croix Us Virgin Islands Museums
The Virgin Islands may be the most beautiful part of the United States that is not overrun by visitors, but there are some top fun things to do with your kids in the U.S. Virgin Islands. In fact, the islands are often seen as something that you cannot miss - miss - that you can do with - your - toddler - on - the - U - S - Virgin Islands. Public holidays that commemorate local events are St. Croix Day, St. Joseph's Day and St. John Day.
A new addition to this list of attractions is the not to be missed St. Croix Museum of Natural History in the US Virgin Islands. It is a great place to snorkel and dive in the USVI, and you can kayak to the top of the island to enjoy some great views and a great day out with your kids.
If you come to St. Croix with your children, they will love being able to go to the beach every day and we really enjoyed our time there. If you live and work in the US Virgin Islands, you can visit nearby historic sites and tourist attractions and add some local history to your cultural exchange during your visit. You can spend months there with the people you meet on the island, or visit them for a few days, as we did.
The fort is also a great place to learn about the pre-Columbian people at the Archaeological Museum of St. Croix. The old rooms and cells of the fort are the place where they grew up and also a great place to learn about Caribbean history. Visitors can also book a guided tour to learn more about their history and the history of the US Virgin Islands in general.
The property of the little princess, which is owned by the nature reserve, also offers a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and much more. It is also offered as an educational centre for children and young adults, as well as a great place for family and friends. The property, the "Little Princess," owned by the Nature Reserve, also offers a range of outdoor activities such as camping, cycling, boating, sailing, skiing, camping and other activities for children.
It is an agricultural plantation, which was established by the Danish West Indies and Guinea Society in the 1730s and is one of the oldest agricultural plantations on the island of St. Croix and the only one in North America. Visit the Great House of Whim, the largest and most famous of its kind on StCroix, and still retain its original interior and exterior. It has been restored and is now a museum and museum - as an experience, with a variety of historical and educational exhibits. Book a tour with the Virgin Islands Food Tour or call it the Taste of Twin Cities Food Tour.
The Botanical Garden of St. George Village houses more than 1,000 plants, flowers, trees and plants from all over the world. Holidaymakers can enjoy a variety of destinations, from a centre dedicated to educating the public about the island's ecosystem to monuments that preserve the heritage of the island's indigenous people and colonists. The St. Croix Landmarks Society manages a collection of monuments and historic buildings in StCroix and the Virgin Islands, including the Great House of Whim, the St. George Natural History Museum, a museum and a museum, and the Museum and Museum of Saint George Island.
You can visit a rum distillery, visit a plantation, watch the sun rise, attend an event, go snorkeling on Buck Island, explore the museum, visit the rum distillery or visit the plantations. You will discover some amazing things you can do with your children in the US Virgin Islands. Among the few attractions in Saint John is the Natural History Museum of St. Croix and the Museum of Saint George Island.
The Natural History Museum and Museum of Saint George Island are supported by the natural and cultural resources of St. John and are part of the US Virgin Islands National Park System (NPS) and support and support the local economy.
For more information, contact the St. Croix Landmarks Society at (904) 888-5555 or contact them by email or phone.
Located north of St. Croix, this place currently houses the Lawaetz Family Museum, the largest museum in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The foothills of the rainforest dominate the farmhouse in the style of St Croix, which can be visited in the family museum. Sprat Hall is the oldest plantation on St. Croix and one of only a handful of wildlife refuges in the area. It was built when the French occupied the island in 1650-1690, but it is one of the oldest plantations in St. Croix and is still in use today.