There isn't much left of the 19th Century copper mine, but I was curious to check it out whilst I was here.
From the entrance, the route down to the mine didn't take long, nor did walking around the mine, (or rather, its ruins). A lot of the area around the mine was roped off (probably for safety reasons), so it was difficult to see inside the structures. Nevertheless, it was an interesting experience, and you could still see the copper deposits on the surrounding rocks, which was cool. It was a sunny day and nobody else was about, so it made for a rather nice stroll.
It's definitely worth visiting whilst in Virgin Gorda, but don't make it the only reason you visit (there are far better places to see!)
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