Easily accessible from the East End, I am not sure if there are many tour companies that provide transportation. However there appears to be a pretty good bus transportation system that will get you there from Georgetown.
We were shocked and a little disappointed with how few visitors there were to this. I am not really a museum or historical type person but this was an enjoyable little place to visit. There was only one other couple who came to see it during the time that we were there, and wonder how they manage to stay in business with so few tourists visiting. It is considered to be the oldest building still standing on the island, and is often referred to as Pedro’s Castle. There is an informative “theatrical” presentation that starts off the tour after you are giving a short guided tour of its history.
There must be another company that you can get that appears to take people on a private tour from what I can tell of the island. There was a guide that was taken another couple through this museum that allowed as to go along with her, as normally the rest of Pedro St James is a self-guided tour. This person gave additional information and explained some of the artifacts and different parts of the building and such. This helped explained some of the things that weren’t explained otherwise.
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