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This was on our day that we traveled to the Northern part of the Island. This was pretty cool to walk into as well as the history behind it. I would recommend coming here when doing the other attractions in this area of the island....More
It was a very shallow cave from what I saw. IF there was any more to it you would have had to crawl through a tiny place, which I’m not comfortable with. The path is fine for jogging strollers or beach carts. There is a...More
Very interesting and a much larger cave than I anticipated. It’s obvious why the island’s founders chose this spot when seeking shelter after their shipwreck. There’s not a lot to see here, but it’s an important place of historical significance for the island. It’s not...More
Loved it, but I'm a history buff. Was easy to imagine the folks from long ago gathering in this place. Also, walk across the parking lot to the beach. You'll see Devils Backbone reef which is what they shipwrecked on.
Stopped at Preacher's Cave as part of our drive to the north end of the island. It's free and not too scary to walk inside and check out the place where the first settlers took shelter - Puritans coming from Bermuda who shipwrecked on the...More