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Pigeon Island Museum and Interpretive Centre

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Great views on clear days

We were at the Sandals Grand which is right next door. I think the entrance fee was $4 US. and... read more

Reviewed 5 February 2016
Enjoyed the stroll and steep climb to a great view

Beautiful! Gorgeous! And access to a quiet, white powdery sand beach overlooking sapphire blue... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2015
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5 Feb 2016
“Great views on clear days”
2 Nov 2015
“Enjoyed the stroll and steep climb to a great view ”
This Pigeon Island museum documents the island’s colonial history, with a decided slant towards British victories.
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Reviewed 5 February 2016

We were at the Sandals Grand which is right next door. I think the entrance fee was $4 US. and they sell maps for $5 but you wont need it. There are plaques at each ruin and signs pointing to the top platform. There is...More

Thank mrichman333
Reviewed 2 November 2015 via mobile

Beautiful! Gorgeous! And access to a quiet, white powdery sand beach overlooking sapphire blue waters. There is a small admission fee to get in the park. There is even a small rstaurant/bar inside the museum. The walk around this old fort is interesting. There are...More

1  Thank M D
Reviewed 27 September 2015

it was a great expirence for the family there was the remains of buildings,forts , and all sort of historic substances which was used during the war . there were canons a great nature trail walk . a lovely beach upon entrance where we did...More

Thank dunkan101
Reviewed 15 February 2015

The interpretive center was closed for renovation so there wasn't a lot to see. Hiked to the lookout and it had nice views. Saw a few cannons and old walls and that's about it. Went down to the beach and hung out after the cruise...More

1  Thank Luke W
Reviewed 1 October 2014

this was to a nice place that gave not to much but just enough info to make you go and search things out!!

Thank wittsend06
Reviewed 29 September 2014

This park was very neat! It took my husband and I about 2 1/2hrs to hike from peak to peak and check out all the historical sites in the park. It was well worth it (it's about $7 US dollars to visit but to keep...More

2  Thank Dana V
Reviewed 19 September 2014

We went here many times on our trips to St.Lucia and always loved it ! Its very imformative but take water and wear good shoes. Not for little kids unless they are carried. You can't push them here ! Diana.

1  Thank dianaandco
Reviewed 13 August 2014

We had been on the gorgeous beach and snorkelled in the crystal clear water. It was almost deserted - beautiful beach. We didn't hire beach chairs just sat on our towels as we weren't sure how long we would be there. We ended up staying...More

1  Thank regulartraveller01
Reviewed 6 August 2014

We love visiting Pigeon Island when we are in St Lucia as it is a really fascinating place to explore. The climb up to Fort Rodney is well worth it for the views alone, but looking around the old ruins and thinking what it must...More

1  Thank Fairdene
Reviewed 14 March 2014

We aren't much into history and did not go into the interpretive center but we did walk the grounds and looked at the ruins before hitting the two private beaches and enjoying lunch at the restaurant. Recommended if you want to explore.

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