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This is an historic building built by the Dutch for protection. It was amazing at the difference of how the servants lived in the basement and the government officials lived on the main level. some nice views from the to of the fort.
My family had a wonderful morning strolling through Fort Christian. The staff was very passionate and knowledgeable about the site, but it is also a wonderful place to explore on your own. With a slavery exhibit underground and the restored Governor's quarters on top, it...More
I intended to spend a few minutes doing a walk-through and stayed three hours! So much historical information, archaeologically interesting, and Mr.Farrell knew everything about the Fort. I hoped to take my husband there, but ran out of time. When we come back, this will...More
This attractive bright red fort was built in 1672-1680. A guided tour was not available during the afternoon when I arrived, so I went through the museum on my own. The exhibits included four wall-mounted tablets with texts and sound that one can operate. All...More
Levi provided a great tour for us, explaining the history of the fort and the island. I appreciated his thorough descriptions and wonderful personality. A must-see to understand more of the many ways the fort has been used since 1618. Thank you, Levi!
This was such a nice activity while we were in St Thomas. The staff were all incredible and engaging, and the history was very interesting. We spent about an hour here and we were so glad that we stopped in. This was one of the...More
A bright Red historical building, made by the Danish & Norwegians between 1672-1680.
The building is still maintained well.
It was used by the Government then for official purposes, but now it houses a museum, which holds artifacts of that era.
Visit it if you...More