Christiansted National Historic Site

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Christiansted National Historic Site

Address:2100 Church St #100
Saint Croix, VI 00820

Size: 27 acres.
Established: Designated as Virgin Islands National Historic Site on March 4, 1952; changed to present name on January 16, 1961.
Location:In Christiansted, on the northern end of the Island of Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands.
Facilities:Picnic area, rest rooms (é), visitor center, museum. Entrance fee required.
Activities:Self-guided tour.
Special Features:Colonial development of the Virgin Islands is commemorated by 18th- and 19th-century structures in the heart of the capital of the former Danish West Indies on Saint Croix Island. Since its discovery by Christopher Columbus in 1493, seven flags have flown over Saint Croix.

See other parks in Virgin Islands.
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Christiansted National Historic Site demonstrates the architectural, economic, and political influence of 18th century Europe like no other place in the Caribbean.

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