This small but interesting museum gives an overview of the history of Dominica and its people. Informative displays delve into Carib lifestyles, Creole culture and the slave trade.
A short drive north of Roseau, this old sugar mill has taken on new life as Dominica’s main centre for cultural events and also displays the work of local artists.
This cobblestone plaza has been the center of action in Roseau for the last 300 years. It’s been the site of political meetings, farmers markets and, more ominously, public executions and a slave market. Nowadays it…
This bustling riverfront market is a good place to have a bowl of goat water (stew), pick up a bottle of sea moss or put together a picnic. Get lost amid myriad stands; join locals for a beer.