Betty’s Hope

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Betty’s Hope information

admission EC$5
Opening hours
9am-4pm Mon-Sat
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Betty's Hope was Antigua's first sugar plantation, built by Christopher Codrington in 1674, and named in honour of his daughter Betty. Ruins of two stone windmills and a distillery remain on the site, along with a small visitors centre. One windmill has been restored, and the caretaker offers informative tours peppered with historical insights.