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• Visit Fort Frederik nearby. A U.S. National Historic Landmark, Fort Frederik was originally constructed by the Danes in the 18th century. It operated under the name Frederiksfort while it was controlled by Denmark, which gradually built the imposing fortress from 1752 and 1760.

• Travel back in time at the Estate Whim Museum, the only sugar plantation museum in the Virgin Islands. With its slave quarters, great house, cook house, sugar mill, and factory complex, the purpose of this museum is to increase the understanding and economics of a traditional colonial sugar plantation.

• Journey to the St. George Village Botanical Gardens with its collection of over 1,000 native and exotic species and varieties. It is located on the preserved ruins of the Estate St. George Danish sugar plantation. Several gardens are now located in the sugar and rum factory ruins, and the overseer’s house is currently home to a group of Jamaican fruit bats.

• Explore the historical legacies of both the Cruzan and Captain Morgan Distilleries. Take a tour of either location to discover the detailed process involved in producing the beloved beverage. In fact, the production of rum has enjoyed a long history on St. Croix, as many Danish colonials used to make the drink from leftover sugarcane syrup. Even Governor Christian Leberecht von Prøck manufactured rum from his estate, which once occupied the grounds of The Buccaneer.

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