Things to Do in Frederiksted

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Things to Do in Frederiksted

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  • DJK
    Acworth, GA407 contributions
    We came out to visit our friends who retired here. This is the first area we went snorkeling in, saw so many different animals. Everything from different fish, sting rays and an actually sea horse!
    Written August 16, 2022
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  • DJK
    Acworth, GA407 contributions
    We're out here visiting our friends who retired here. What a great restaurant to have a beer and fresh seafood. I recommend you telling a spicy margarita!
    Written August 16, 2022
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  • Nia Z
    15 contributions
    Absolutely amazing grounds. We fell in love with it more and more every step of the way. Highly recommend!
    Written June 13, 2022
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  • DJK
    Acworth, GA407 contributions
    So when we come visit our friends who retired here. I always scuba dive, this is by far my favorite scuba diving spot, I recommend using nep2dive shop. Three water is clear and so warm. What you see under water will blow you away. If you go to the end of the pier it's 120 feet deep, but I recommend staying from 1/2 to the shore. Always something different every dive!!
    Written August 16, 2022
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  • Robert B
    Richmond, VA48 contributions
    If you’re not familiar with St. Croix’s colonial history, visiting this place is a must. Not because it’s a fun spot, or a beautifully restored and maintained historical site, but because it tells the story of sugar, an enslaved people and the consequences of a recent, powerful hurricane. See this and the fort in Christiansted to get some footing.
    Written March 6, 2020
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  • Anonymous3622
    APlace30 contributions
    This is very off-the-beaten track. In fact, some cars might not make it up the dirt road. But I'm glad we persisted. It's a great place to take photographs. The ruins are haunting. There is not much interpretation but it's beautiful.
    Written April 14, 2022
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  • GRZ
    Chicago, IL8,030 contributions
    We visited during June 2020 post COVID USVI reopening so unfortunately all governments attractions were closed on all three main islands; however you could still walk around and enjoy it from the street view - the plus was that we were literally the only people next to it :)

    Haven't seen it inside so my opinion is solely based on what I had seen outside and also how it compares to Fort Christiansvaern on St Croix and Fort Christian on St Thomas; this one is very beaten and appears to be almost falling apart on the shoreline side - I know this side of the island was hit worse in 2018 so probably that is the main contributor to it but the walls and sidewalks around it desperately require repairs and painting :)

    What it lacks in cosmetics it definitely makes up in the architecture - all forts on USVI, the old Danish West Indies, bear the style completely different from any other 20+ Caribbean Islands/Nations we have visited previously (ex Spanish. British, Dutch, French) and being a sucker for forts this despite all of the shortcomings made me enjoy the experience.

    TIP: I can see how busy this area can get with cruise ships in town, it's literally in front of the pier so during busy times it has to be tough to find a parking spot but once you do roam around and enjoy the boardwalk, local souvenir stores and food places, you will not regret it
    Written June 29, 2020
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  • Patricia D
    Weymouth, UK262 contributions
    We had read some bad reviews about this place but we were pleasantly surprised when we visited. Lovely ,helpful, informative staff. I was quite surprised how small the tour was, however, it was very interesting. Very funny list of pirate vocabulary and their translations. It’s amazing how many of the phrases come from Royal Navy terminology, which is not surprising as captain Morgan was in fact an admiral in the English Royal Navy!
    Rum tasting was actually very good too. You got 3 shots and one cocktail. Finally the gift shop. Some expensive souvenirs, some reasonably priced. Altogether a pretty good visit
    Written October 10, 2019
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  • makopeel
    Christiansted, St. Croix18 contributions
    I live on STX and this is my favorite place to visit and dine. If you are fortunate enough to be here during a slow down dinner do not miss it. It is like nothing you will ever experience anywhere else. Thank you Shelli and Nate Olive.
    Written October 13, 2018
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  • Dori K
    9 contributions
    Great area right in front of the fort to snorkel. A bit tricky getting into the water, but once there lots and lots of sealife!
    Written December 10, 2021
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  • Anonymous3622
    APlace30 contributions
    We stumbled across this place while exploring the West side of the island. It's only open a couple of days a week, so we were lucky. An extremely knowledgeable guide showed us around; we were the only people there so it was very personal. I loved learning about St Croix's Danish history. The tour was slow and really detailed; I'd recommend it for real history buffs . There's a cute farm stand outside it which is a good place to get a cool drink after your tour.
    Written April 14, 2022
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  • JThobe
    Florissant, CO161 contributions
    The venue turned out better than the marriage, but hey, what are ya gonna do. This is a neat old sugar mill, with nice views of the ocean, the property is sometimes in better shape than others, I think they probably clean it up and mow when its being utilized for an event, and let it go when its not, but a really cool spot to stop on the Island.
    Written April 14, 2017
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  • Tommy599
    Two Rivers, WI736 contributions
    Up early and Tom & Yvonne walk into Town to St Patrick’s Church for the 8:30 service (internet schedule noted in error that services were at 8 Am & 9:30 AM for the two Christmas services.
    Wow what a neat old stricture. The outside three ft. thick walls are cut coral blocks (this whole island is coral pushed up out of the sea), with a beautiful wood (inside appearance) ship hull ceiling. The church seating capacity is a little over 400, but there were only about 60 in attendance, along with two pigeons that flew in for a while and then back out. Parishioners were all African American and 6 Caucasians.
    Christmas service was basically what Tom would call a “High Mass” (with incense and all). Besides the priest, there were two deacons, and 6 servers in attendance. Tom’s opinion is possibly they celebrate the Mass down here with such ceremony every occurrence they can!
    Written December 31, 2021
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  • Pahilwanih
    Homestead, FL54 contributions
    WE go all the time for our local supermarket shopping. we go 5 times in a month to get some bread, Milk , butter and eggs. Good prices all the time. NO PROBLEM...
    Written September 20, 2018
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  • Stuart B
    Deal, UK1,656 contributions
    Located right on the seafront and a short walk from the pier this is a very well kept memorial park to those who lost thier lives in the war. If you arrive by criuse ship it is 5 minutes walk form the ship.
    Written November 3, 2019
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