The McClevery Slaves built the Lower Estate Sugar Works in 1780 and the estate produced sugar, lime juice, and cotton up until 1940.
1780 Lower Estate Sugar Works Museum is probably one of your best bet if you would love to dwell a bit on the history of the British Virgin Islands.The historical artifacts and other items on display give you a feel of how life in the BVI was three centuries ago. The Timber frame found on site is believed to have been the island’s first guest house.
Besides the historical exhibits, the Museum is also home to a rotating art gallery. Local artists from BVI are able to showcase their art each month. The Museum also depicts a bit of the natural history with photography exhibits on the flora and fauna found in the BVI.
Access to the Museum is quite convenient and the fact that there aren’t as many tourists in the location will make your visit much better.