Attractions & Landmarks
Nevis is not only a place of natural beauty with lush dominant mountain and edged with pristine clear beaches. Visitors to Nevis can immerse themselves in the historical sites and background of the island, or find interest in the array of attractions and landmarks that make it truly unique.
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Nevisian Heritage Village

Nevisian Heritage Village

Fothergills Nevisian Heritage Village is a wonderful collection of old historic buildings which take visitors on a journey of Nevisian life from Carib times to the present.
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New River Estate

This attraction was the last sugar mill to produce sugar commercially in Nevis. It showcases massive machinery, elegant chimney, ruined great house with volcanic stone colonnade and complete sugar boiling wall.
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Bath Spring

Bath Spring

The Bath Hotel and hot spring is an interesting place to visit, especially for people who enjoy colonial history and architecture.
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Cottle Church

Cottle Church

An Anglican Church built in the 1820s where every including slaves worshiped together. Cottle Church fell into the ruins in the 20th century. You can still take a tour of the grounds, located just south of the airport.
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The Museum of Nevis History

The Museum of Nevis History

The Museum of Nevis History is the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton, a great American statesman who founded the Democratic party in the USA he is also the guy on the US$10.00 bill.
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The Botanical Gardens of Nevis

The Botanical Gardens of Nevis .

Beautifully landscaped gardens, with a stunning collection of flowers, trees, and assorted tropical plants. There are many gardens here, including an orchid garden, rose garden, cactus garden, and vine garden.
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Peak Heaven

Peak Heaven

Discover Peak Heaven with its lush vivid mountain fauna and flora is only enhanced by its panoramic view of neighboring islands of Antigua, Redonda and Montserrat. Experience the simplicity of past Nevisian life.
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Eden Brown Estate

Originally a sugar plantation, this estate was the backdrop to a drunken duel between a groom and his bestman. The best man died and the estate is said to be home to the ghost of the ill-fated bride-to-be.
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Charlestown

Charlestown

The main town is Charlestown, one of the best-preserved old towns in the Caribbean, with several interesting buildings dating from the 18th century.
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Horatio Nelson Museum

Horatio Nelson Museum

This museum exhibits a rich collection of Admiral Lord Horation Nelson memorabilia. It is considered one of the largest collection in the New World. The collection includes, ceramics, figurines, prints and ship models.
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The Bath Hotel

The Bath Hotel

Built in 1778, the Bath Hotel is considered to be the first tourist hotel in Caribbean. It was frequented by the rich and famous who came to Nevis to take in the therapeutic, hot spring baths.
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Fort Charles

Fort Charles

Fort Charles is an abandoned British fort on the island of Nevis. It is now mostly in ruins.
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