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All reviews self guided tour interesting history alexander hamilton great piece of history on display take your time historical sites well worth the visit walk around st croix walking tour island history park service own pace scale house dungeon cannon
Love the timeline for St Croix and how St Croix helped shape the US. This National Park is in need of repair but it appears as they are facilitating those. Take a walk back in the past... visit the fort!
This is a really a neat places to see and feel the history of days gone by. It’s hard to imagine how people lived here this long ago but it’s always neat to see an old fort in such good condition all these years later....More
Fort Christiansvaern is part of the Christiansted National Historical Site, which also includes the nearby Old Customs House, Danish West India & Guinea Company Warehouse & Slave Market, the Old Scale House, and the Steeple Building. It is a must-do for any St. Croix visit....More
If you're into history at all, Fort Christiansvaern is a must see! Fort has been restored and you can walk through history when entering the gates. You can feel the historical presence of the of the Danish Colonial Period. You can walk through buildings used...More
I really enjoyed Fort Christenstead. Wonderful piece of history clearly interrupted with signage. I could imagine pirate ships salon in and being stopped by the cannon. Sadly, slavery is part of the history of the island, however we need to learn from all aspects of...More
Very nice historic site right in the middle of Christiansted, VI. Only $7 to get in and a nice tour guide (written only, you have to give it back when finished). Great place to get views of the town and surrounding area.
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Yes, the story is in the Fort, and there is information also on a wall in the customs building across the street, where the information booth is. Quite an interesting story of young Alexander Hamilton! Much of the story... More
Yes, the story is in the Fort, and there is information also on a wall in the customs building across the street, where the information booth is. Quite an interesting story of young Alexander Hamilton! Much of the story told in the Broadway musical.