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All reviews sugar plantation small museum worth a visit sugar industry slave trade visited betty's piece of history antiguan history interesting history on display walk around island tour windmill mills slaves restored ruins
If you are in antigua and interested in the history then it’s worth a detour to here to have a quick wander, it’s only a small area and you won’t need more than 15 mins or so, depends if little information place is open or...More
We visited during our Island tour and the small museum was full of information on the history behind the Island producing sugar cane before it was no longer profitable due to the growth of sugar beet being grown in other countries.
We went to Betty's Hope and when we arrived it was closed. The sign said closed for repairs and was suppose to repopen on August 25th. We visited Augusted 28th and it was closed. No one was there working on it. We were able to...More
Sugar mill/sugarcane plantation built in the 1650 and restored as an attraction. Few infrastructures still remain but could use a little bit more of attention from the government for more improvement. Such a rich historical place to just let it rundown. Not much to do...More
Nicely restored Sugar mill. Gives a real and sobering insight into the lives of those responsible for slavery, sugar and rum.
Would have been better if a guided tour with historical knowledge was provided.
$2 entrance fee to the museum is misguided...$4 entrance fee to...More