Annaberg Plantation Ruins

Follow signs for “Annaberg” while traveling on North Shore Road (Rt. 20). A large parking lot sits across from the water, just before the entrance to the Annaberg Hiking Trail and the wood walkway that leads to the Annaberg Plantion Ruins. A path less than a quarter-mile long takes you to the remains of a 18th century sugar factory.

Enjoy the vast overlook and take-in the unique seascape of Jost Van Dyke, Tortola, and Mary Point off St. John. A half dozen benches and tables are scattered throughout the plateau and make the perfect spot for lounging, lunching, or launching a loving proposal.

Continue your historical trip at the Annaberg School House, the oldest in the Caribbean, just a half mile walk down the paved road at the far corner of your first left. Cool off at Francis Bay or Maho Bay beaches, where you can share your newfound education about the history of St. John!

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