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Ranked #1 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Islands; Outdoors
Owner description: A haven for hikers, more than 135 acres of this island located in Charlotte Amalie harbor is part of the Virgin Islands... more » Owner description: A haven for hikers, more than 135 acres of this island located in Charlotte Amalie harbor is part of the Virgin Islands National Park. « less
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Ranked #2 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
Beach between Wyndham Sugar Bay Beach Club and the Sapphire Beach Resort
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Ranked #3 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
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Ranked #4 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Landmarks
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Magens Bay (Magens Bay)
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$49* and up
Ranked #5 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Owner description: Hailed as one of the world's most beautiful, this breathtaking bay along St. Thomas' rugged north coast is ideal for swimming... more » Owner description: Hailed as one of the world's most beautiful, this breathtaking bay along St. Thomas' rugged north coast is ideal for swimming and snorkeling with all the conveniences of parking, lifeguards, equipment rental, freshwater showers, restaurants and bars. « less
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St. Thomas Synagogue (Charlotte Amalie)
Ranked #6 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
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Ranked #7 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Islands; Outdoors
Owner description: The fourth largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, this quiet 492-acre island, located in Charlotte Amalie harbor, beckons those... more » Owner description: The fourth largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, this quiet 492-acre island, located in Charlotte Amalie harbor, beckons those who want to stroll its beaches, bike amid its green hills, and view birds, iguana, turtles and other wildlife that make this lovely paradise their home. « less
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Bluebeard's Beach (East End)
Ranked #8 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
Owner description: This tranquil and uncrowded beach is ideal for windsurfing, snorkeling, sailboarding or for simply watching the sailboats go... more » Owner description: This tranquil and uncrowded beach is ideal for windsurfing, snorkeling, sailboarding or for simply watching the sailboats go by. « less
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Ranked #9 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Reefs; Outdoors
Owner description: At a depth of 40 feet, this shallow dive is a popular spot for novice snorkelers, which features twin rocks that pierce the... more » Owner description: At a depth of 40 feet, this shallow dive is a popular spot for novice snorkelers, which features twin rocks that pierce the surface connected by a labyrinth of swim-through tunnels, archways and caves. « less
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Magic Ice (Charlotte Amalie)
Ranked #10 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Other; Museums
Owner description: We welcome you to the biggest permanent ice gallery in the world! Magic Ice`s entire exhibition is constructed of crystal... more » Owner description: We welcome you to the biggest permanent ice gallery in the world! Magic Ice`s entire exhibition is constructed of crystal clear ice consisting of beautiful sculptures, a kids slide, wedding chapel and a pirate ship bar, all made of ICE!Large parts of the exhibition will emphasize the rich history of the Caribbean. You will get a glimpse into the 18th century lifestyle. Here you will find sculptures from the “Golden Age of Piracy” and at the pirate ship ice bar were you will receive your drinks. Photos and videos are welcomed and our staff look forward to taking you on a tour! « less
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Ranked #11 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
Sephardic Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition built the oldest active synagogue in the U.S. territories.
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Morningstar Beach (South Coast)
Ranked #12 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Owner description: This beach has two faces: a quit spot to relax in a lounge chair and sip tropical drinks purchased from the beach bar; or, a... more » Owner description: This beach has two faces: a quit spot to relax in a lounge chair and sip tropical drinks purchased from the beach bar; or, a sporty beach to snorkel, windsurf, sail and play volleyball. The choice is yours. « less
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Sapphire Beach (East End)
Ranked #13 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
Owner description: A favorite of windsurfers, the beach has fine white sand and beautiful views of St. John and offshore cays, and offers... more » Owner description: A favorite of windsurfers, the beach has fine white sand and beautiful views of St. John and offshore cays, and offers excellent snorkeling at the reef to the east, near Pettyklip Point. « less
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Frederick Lutheran Church (Charlotte Amalie)
Ranked #14 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
A Georgian-style church with a sweeping stairway and antique chandelier.
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Ranked #15 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Museums
Owner description: Offering the only free museum in town, Hassel Island tours and historical downtown walking tours! A pleasant historical... more » Owner description: Offering the only free museum in town, Hassel Island tours and historical downtown walking tours! A pleasant historical adventure awaits you at St. Thomas Historical Trust's free museum. Tours take about 30 minutes, and you'll be led by knowledgeable local historians who love to tell the remarkable stories of St. Thomas' exciting history. Hassel Island Tours are Wednesday's at 8:30 am OR BY APPOINTMENT!!! Tour this amazing historical site with our super-knowledgeable guide "Doc." See the ruins of Danish and British forts as well as the leprosarim, the unique Creque Marine Railroad. Check out a real diving bell. Downtown walking tours with one of our certified guides are available by appointment. Just call! Our free museum gives you a chance to ask our experts about anything you have seen in St. Thomas and get the real facts! Genuine artifacts from the days of pirates, the age of steam ships and 100 year old 3-D images mesmerize history buffs along with dozens of antique photos from the late 1900s and early 20th century, and a sensational collection of Antique West Indian furniture. Learn about our 1867 tsunami, and the ominous threat that was the real reason the U.S. purchased the islands from Denmark. The best little museum in town, for visitors or locals. If you are local, please ask to see the "riddle picture", and see if you can identify the image. Museum hours: Open Tuesdays and Thursday's 10-3:30pm or by appt. How to find us: On Main Street's eastern end, on the West side of Roosevelt Park. Look for the flags flying from our balcony in front of our 1840s building. Enter the museum via our mini garden courtyard visible through the beautiful antique iron gates gate on left side of building, after pressing the button for admittance. Free, but donations are always welcome. The museum is operated by a 501(c) 3 non-profit. « less
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Marina at Yacht Haven Grande (Charlotte Amalie)
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$22* and up
Ranked #16 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Marinas; Outdoors
Owner description: Yacht Haven Grande is your seaside destination location! Located between the Cruise Ship Dock and downtown Charlotte Amalie... more » Owner description: Yacht Haven Grande is your seaside destination location! Located between the Cruise Ship Dock and downtown Charlotte Amalie there is no better stop than our fabulous duty free shopping, excellent waterfront dining options and our amazing views of the Mega Yachts and Caribbean landscaping. No matter what your in the mood for Yacht Haven Grande is the one-stop that you can't pass up! We'll be waiting for you! « less
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Coki Beach (East End)
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$19* and up
Ranked #17 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water; Outdoors

Small but extraordinary beach with a nice view of nearby Thatch Cay and the Coral World Observatory Tower.  Parking is limited and problematic with random people charging for it's... more »

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Coral World Ocean Park (Charlotte Amalie)
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$19* and up
Ranked #18 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Aquariums; Zoos; Tours; Outdoors
Owner description: Voted top attraction in the V.I. Get up close and personal with the beauty and magic of Caribbean marine life in a stunning... more » Owner description: Voted top attraction in the V.I. Get up close and personal with the beauty and magic of Caribbean marine life in a stunning setting. View life on a coral reef from the unique Undersea Observatory. Pet a shark, hand feed a stingray or a rainbow lorikeet! Add-ons Sea Lion Swim or Encounter, Snuba Dive, Sea Trek Helmet Dive, Shark and Turtle Encounters, Nautilus Semi-Sub, Open daily in season 9 am - 4 pm. Off season hours (May to October) vary. « less
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Ranked #19 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Geologic Formations; Lookouts; Outdoors
Owner description: The vantage point where Sir Francis Drake was supposed to have looked for enemy ships of the Spanish fleet, this lookout... more » Owner description: The vantage point where Sir Francis Drake was supposed to have looked for enemy ships of the Spanish fleet, this lookout includes a panoramic view of the Virgin Islands where the Atlantic Ocean joins the Caribbean Sea « less
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Blackbeard's Castle (Charlotte Amalie)
Ranked #20 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
Once the 17th-century Fort Skytsborg, Blackbeard’s Castle was re-named for the pirate who frequently visited the island.
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Ranked #21 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Outdoors
Affords a breathtaking view of the Charlotte Amalie coast.
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Ranked #22 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Owner description: Located on St. Thomas' north shore, the beach at Hull Bay faces Inner and Outer Brass cays and attracts fishermen,... more » Owner description: Located on St. Thomas' north shore, the beach at Hull Bay faces Inner and Outer Brass cays and attracts fishermen, beachcombers and, because it is open to rough Atlantic waters, is considered one of the best places to surf on the island. « less
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Ranked #23 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Lookouts; Landmarks
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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Ranked #24 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Take the West End to Brewer’s Bay, a lovely white-sand beach popular with the locals.
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99 Steps (Charlotte Amalie)
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Ranked #25 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
Owner description: Step streets used by the residents of Charlotte Amalie, these historical 99 steps (the actual count is 103) were built from... more » Owner description: Step streets used by the residents of Charlotte Amalie, these historical 99 steps (the actual count is 103) were built from the ballast bricks of the tall ships coming from the old world, which would then return to Europe loaded with products from the islands. « less
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Ranked #26 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Historic Sites; Lookouts; Landmarks
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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Mangrove Lagoon (East End)
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$55* and up
Ranked #27 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Forests; Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Owner description: The southern coast of St.Thomas is endowed with the attractive and protected Mangrove Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary & Marine... more » Owner description: The southern coast of St.Thomas is endowed with the attractive and protected Mangrove Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary & Marine Preserve of exceptional natural resources and is filled with scenic contrasts: manglar islands, rocky cliffs, shallow clear waters with sea grass beds, salt ponds and panoramic ridge lines. These natural areas provide a rich nursery habitat for offshore coral reef fish and invertebrates, and homes to nesting egrets, pelicans, herons and terns. « less
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Waterfront Highway (Charlotte Amalie)
Ranked #28 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Otherwise known as Kyst Vejen, this shop-filled road runs parallel to the waterfront.
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Ranked #29 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Trams; Other
Owner description: Come and see the spectacular views at Paradise Point! Located accross from the Havensight cruise ship dock. A short tram ride... more » Owner description: Come and see the spectacular views at Paradise Point! Located accross from the Havensight cruise ship dock. A short tram ride from our base station to 700 feet above sea level!! This is the only place where you can "RIDE THE VIEW"!!! Don't forget the Camera, every day is a picture perfect day at Paradise Point. Kick back, relax and grab our signature drink, the Bailey’s Bushwhacker at the open-air bar! Come enjoy a lite bite and our other frozen drink specialties!Now open daily from 9am to 7pm. Adults - $21, children (ages 6-12) - $10.50, ages 5 and under - free! « less
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Ranked #30 of 76 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
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