We took the sugar mill ruins tour with Robert Marino through the Trust. He was so informative (really a historian) and made our tour exciting. We love learning so much about the island as well. The Trust is doing important work to teach the children...More
Vieques Conservation and Historical Trust
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The little museum is nice, the gift shop has a few Livy crafts and good birding books and wildlife identifying cards. We attended a free lecture there about bird recovery after the hurricanes that was very informative
Vieques is a small island with unique history--ecological, political and anthropological. This small organization brings together exceptionally well-informed people dedicated to telling the stories of Vieques and preserving the history and environment of this unique community. Don't just be a tourist--spend a little time with...More
Must do when you visit Vieques island! Great Marine biological expo. Nice histotic and cientific information. For all ages. A natural treat!!
My visiting friend was very interested in these ruins and an employee (Robert Marino) was kind enough to show us and explain the ruins. For those of you interested in history, politics and sugar, very interesting. Being comfortable shoes and some water... no bathroom and...More
The Sugar Mill Ruins was absolutely one of the very best off the beaten path things we did while on Vieques for the week. It is not advertised as an attraction, but it is well worth a morning of adventure. There is no cost involved,...More
The Vieques Conservation and Historical Trust is a small museum and the claimed smallest aquarium in the world. It is Free to enter. There is a small gift shop. The place has several exhibits to learn more about the island. Note: It is located in...More
The Bunkers you ask? Yes, they're right there on the cartoony tourist map you can pick up anywhere on the island. Maybe you are on the island just a couple days so you spend them Sunbay or at Navio or Caracas or in the bioluminescent...More
Small but great museum doing awesome work in the environment and community. Lots of info and artifacts. Plus some extensive detailed history.
We went as three adults - no children - and still spent over an hour there we were so fascinated by all the natural/history exhibits they have there. I'm positive families will equally enjoy a trip here - and I will bring my teens here...More