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Relax with a bookThere are many activities - and inactivities - to enjoy on the island. From visiting historic sites and natural wonders, to shopping for treasures created by local artisans, to watersports, golf and relaxing on the beach. There is something for everyone!

Below is a list of some local attractions to help you get started planning your trip. For more information about attractions along with a complete event calendar, see www.gotostcroix.com.

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Historic & Natural Attractions

Apothecary Hall

A small museum displaying the history of the 1827 pharmacy. 340-692-2365

Buck Island Reef National Monument

Underwater coral gardens and snorkeling trail. Daily guided tours available.

Christiansted National Historic Site

Site includes four notable buildings that are part of St. Croix's history. Visitor center. Tours available. 340-773-1460

Cruzan Rum Distillery

Tour the 300-year-old distillery to learn how our famous rum is made. 340-692-2280

Columbus Landing

Christopher Columbus and his men landed here in 1493.

Estate Little Princess

Home to the Nature Conservancy, the grounds offer easy walking trails that wind through historic plantation ruins. 340-773-5575

Estate Whim Plantation Museum

Beautifully restored Great House, sugar mill and other plantation structures detail how a sugar plantation operated. Tours available. 340-772-0598

Fort Frederik

This historic landmark is where the slaves were emancipated in 1848.

Government House

A fine example of Danish colonial architecture of the 18th century. 340-774-0011


Jack and Isaac Bays Preserve

Pristine beaches and nature trails accessible by foot only. Informational guided hiking tours available. Call the Nature Conservancy for information. 340-773-5575

Lawaetz Museum at Little La Grange

A prominent Danish West Indian family's home, gardens and nature trail. Tours available. 340-772-1539

Salt River Bay National Park & Ecological Preserve

Wildlife habitat and the largest remaining mangrove forest in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Diving, hiking and kayak tours available.

Sandy Point Wildlife Preserve

This long stretch of beach is an active nesting area for endangered turtles. Open weekends only.

St. Croix Archaeology Museum

A rare collection of artifacts from pre-Columbian civilizations. 340-692-2365

St. Croix Heritage Trail

This 72-mile driving tour connects St. Croix's historic sites and attractions, including scenic coastline, cattle country, tropical forests and historic seaport towns. 340-772-0598, www.stcroixheritagetrail.com.

St. Croix LEAP

Master woodworkers use mahogany and other local woods from fallen trees to create masterpieces.

St. George Village Botanical Gardens

Colorful native flora set among 19th century plantation ruins. Tours available.340-692-2874

Tropical Rain Forest

Drive through this lush northwest forest. Horseback and hiking tours are available.

The Wall

An unbelievable ocean floor drop-off along St. Croix's north shore. Access by scuba or snorkeling.

Snorkeling on Buck IslandBreathtaking floraSharing local St. Croix celebrationsThe crystal-clear water of the Caribbean

Local Points of Interest

Frederiksted Pier

The cruise ship and Navy pier offers great sunset views.

Mt. Victory Camp Cook-out

Caribbean cooking, pig roast, veggie plate. 340-772-1651

Point Udall

Eastern-most point of the United States, with a breathtaking view.

Very Long Baseline Array Telescope

A large, 82-foot dish antenna that records astronomical images. One of 10 locations in the world. Tours by appointment only. 340-773-4448


Ahhh, Spa To Go

Spa services brought to your door. 340-643-AHHH

Buccaneer Hideaway Spa

Massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, facials, manicures, pedicures & more. 340-712-2149

Jake Sheehan, Massage Therapist


Car Rental

Judi of Croix

Celebrating our 20th year of no-hassle, friendly personal service, Judi of Croix offers a select fleet of high-quality late-model sedans, SUVs, vans and station wagons - primarily Toyota. 877-903-2123 toll free.






Sports & Other activities

AirVentures in Paradise

Island air tours. 340-277-1433

AY-AY Eco Hike & Tours

Educational island tours; cultural, historical, ethnobotanical. 340-277-0410

Buck Island Tours

Personalized tours and private charters. U.S. Coast Guard & U.S. National Park Service approved. 340-773-3161, teroro@msn.com

Buck Island Snorkeling Tours

Snorkeling, glass bottom boat, full & half day sails, sportfishing. 340-773-2628

Carambola Golf Course

Championship 18-hole golf course. Clubhouse welcomes visitors. 340-778-5638

Carribean Adventure Tours

Discover Indian burial grounds and Columbus' Landing. Explore natural wonders. Kayak rentals available. 340-778-5638

Dive Experience

Courses for novice through instructor. 340-773-3307, 800-235-9047

Equus Rides

Ride where the mountain & the water kiss at Cane Bay. 340-778-0933

Paul & Jill's Stables

Ride in the rainforest and along the beach. 340-772-2880

Scuba Shack

Wreck, reef, pier and night dives. 340-772-DIVE, 888-STX-DIVE



The Royal Poinciana

Seasonings, spices, local condiments & jams. Toys & unusual gifts. Christiansted 340-773-9892

The Goldworker

Handcrafted gold & silver jewelry. Christiansted 340-773-5167

Island Boy Designs

Local artisan/metalsmith boutique. Christiansted 340-773-4322


Shoes and fine leather. Christiansted 340-773-7801

Mitchel Larsen Studio

Locally made glass & bronzeware, photos. Christiansted 340-71-1000


Soaps, arts & crafts, aromatic oils, hand painted pottery. Christiansted 340-71-7257

Schooner Bay Market Place

St. Croix's premier gourmet market. Christiansted

Tropical Designs

Imported furniture, ceramics, folk art & more. Christiansted 340-719-7176



Cane Bay

Wide sandy beach, moderate surf, great diving and snorkeling. A full service dive shop, hotels and restaurants nearby. Located on North Shore Rd.

Jack's & Isaac's Bays

Southeast end. Adventurous and remote, but well worth the trek for the seclusion. Don't drive down to these beaches!

Rainbow Beach

North of Frederiksted. The spot to watch the sunset. Long stretches of clean white sand and good snorkeling. Known for being the Sunday local hang out for volleyball and live music.

Dorsch Beach

West end, south of Frederiksted. Wide white sandy beaches. Good snorkeling. Great place for kayaking, sunbathing and watching rainbows. The Beachside Cafe is nearby.

Sandy Point

The longest, whitest, softest sand on the island. A bird and wildlife habitat where hundreds of Leatherback turtles nest and hatch every spring. Access is restricted. Well worth the effort getting to.

Buck Island Beach

Short boat ride to the best snorkeling. The only underwater trail in a National Park. Turtle beach is relatively quiet during the week with a large local flotilla on weekends.

Salt River Beach

Where Columbus landed in 1493. A favorite local beach hangout, as is Cramer's Park Beach on the road to Point Udall.

Club St. Croix Beach

Along with other beaches along "condo row" on the north shore west of Christiansted are wide and dotted with volleyball nets and restaurants. Great for sunbathing and relaxing.

Protestant Cay in Christiansted Harbor

A short ferry ride to a big beach and a restaurant. Located directly across from King Christian Hotel on the waterfront.

Sprat Hall Beach

On the north west coast, with the Sunset Grill restaurant, hammocks, beach chairs, this is the perfect beach to hang out at all day and then enjoy a sunset dinner.