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Secret Harbour (St. Thomas)
#1 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Beaches
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Frederiksted Pier (Frederiksted)
#2 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks
A great day or night dive, the pier is home to a thriving population of marine and coral life.
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Bluebeard's Tower (St. Thomas)
#3 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Historic Sites; Lookouts
Owner description: Legend has it that this stone tower on the grounds of the Bluebeard Castle Hotel was built by the pirate Bluebeard for his... more » Owner description: Legend has it that this stone tower on the grounds of the Bluebeard Castle Hotel was built by the pirate Bluebeard for his lover, Mercedita. « less
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Mountain Top (St. Thomas)
#4 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Lookouts
Owner description: This cafeteria and bar claims not only spectacular views from its 1,500 feet perch on the summit of St. Peter Mountain, but... more » Owner description: This cafeteria and bar claims not only spectacular views from its 1,500 feet perch on the summit of St. Peter Mountain, but is the inventor of the famous banana daiquiri. « less
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#5 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Waterfront Highway (Charlotte Amalie)
#6 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Otherwise known as Kyst Vejen, this shop-filled road runs parallel to the waterfront.
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Post Office Building (Christiansted)
#7 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Government Buildings; Historic Sites
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#8 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks
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Back Street (Charlotte Amalie)
#9 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Running parallel to the waterfront, Back Street, or Vimmelskaft Gade, is a bustling shopping area.
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Legislature Building (Charlotte Amalie)
#10 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: Government Buildings; Historic Sites
This elegant lime-green building was where ownership of the Virgin Islands was transferred from Denmark to the U.S.
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Steeple Building (Christiansted)
#11 of 17 attractions in U.S. Virgin Islands
Category: History Museums
The museum in this former Lutheran Church details the history of the island's slave industry.
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Hotel 1829 (St. Thomas)
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Category: Architectural Buildings
Pissarro Building (St. Thomas)
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Category: Art Galleries; Architectural Buildings
Cartansar (St. Thomas)
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Category: Ships
A wreck split in three pieces lying in water only about 30 to 40 feet deep.
The Rosamarina (St. Croix)
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Category: Ships
This 177-foot freighter is one of three wrecked ships that form an artificial reef off Butler Bay.
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Suffolk Maid (St. Croix)
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Category: Ships
This 140-foot tugboat, which sunk in 65 feet of water in Butler Bay, is a popular dive spot.
Northwind (St. Croix)
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Category: Ships
Owner description: A popular shipwreck dive off of St. Croix's western shore, the Northwind is a 75-foot ocean-going tugboat that sunk at a... more » Owner description: A popular shipwreck dive off of St. Croix's western shore, the Northwind is a 75-foot ocean-going tugboat that sunk at a depth of 45 feet at the bottom, and rises to within 15 feet of the surface. « less
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