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Beautiful Building and Grounds

Just across the street from the Fort you will find the USVI Legislature Building. We were not... read more

Reviewed October 11, 2018
Frank-in-MI
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Midland, Michigan
Awesome!

Rented a scooter for 2 hours and was able to see most of the major attractions in Charlotte... read more

Reviewed December 9, 2016
yycflip
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Calgary, Canada
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Oct 11, 2018
“Beautiful Building and Grounds”
Apr 8, 2018
“Not open on Saturdays”
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This elegant lime-green building was where ownership of the Virgin Islands was transferred from Denmark to the U.S.
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Waterfront Hwy. | across from Ft. Christian, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
+1 340-774-0880
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Just across the street from the Fort you will find the USVI Legislature Building. We were not allowed inside but did walk the grounds and admired the architecture.
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A stately building with a nice garden/park around it, located right on the waterfront that houses the US Virgin Island Senate. Though it was closed on the Saturday we could stroll the grounds and read all the signs. Next time we’ll come during session as we can view the
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Rented a scooter for 2 hours and was able to see most of the major attractions in Charlotte Amalie. Legislature Building was stunning. Love this place!
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We popped in on a whim and asked the guard if they did tours...he picked up the phone....made a call...and a man (who turned out to be a state official) came down and took us around HIMSELF! Glad we asked! The inside of the building is beautiful!
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Originally erected as a barracks for Danish troops, later served as housing for U.S. Marines, and eventually a public school. One of the high points in this old building's history was its use in 1917 as the site of ceremonies transferring ownership of the Danish Virgin Islands
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