Attractions

Top Choice Fort in Northern St Kitts

Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park

Even if you're not a fan of military anything, this massive hilltop compound with its citadels, bastions, barracks and ramparts will likely leave a lasting impression. The British began construction of what was then…
Historic Building in Northern St Kitts

Romney Manor

A favorite pit stop on island tours, the former residence of the owners of the Wingfield Estate sugar plantation has since 1964 been the home of the Caribelle Batik workshop and store. Horticulturists will feel in f…
Historic Site in Northern St Kitts

Wingfield Estate St Kitts

Wingfield is one of the island's oldest sugar estates, founded in 1625 and in operation until all cane processing was centralized in Basseterre in the 1920s. As you wander among the salt-and-pepper stones of the par…
Arts Centre in Northern St Kitts

Kate Spencer Art Studio

British-born Kate Spencer has lived on St Kitts since 1989 and is one of the island's top artists. Aside from her boldly pigmented acrylic paintings, she has of late focused her creativity on wispy silk scarves. Her…
Landmark in Northern St Kitts

Black Rocks

Wind and water have chiseled black lava belched up eons ago by Mt Liamuiga into fanciful coastal rock formations. There are lovely views of the waves crashing onto the rocks from the parking lot where, on some days,…
Church in Northern St Kitts

St Thomas Anglican Church

The oldest Anglican church in the Caribbean was built in 1625, shortly after the arrival of British sea captain and colony founder Thomas Warner. He is buried beside his friend Samuel Jefferson, believed to be the g…
Gardens in Northern St Kitts

St Kitts Eco-Park

Still a work in progress, this Taiwan-funded greenhouse and garden complex showcases local flora but also serves as a place to teach young locals about sustainable horticulture and agriculture.
Museum in Northern St Kitts

Amazing Grace Experience

This small, private museum tells the spiritual journey of John Newton, from British slave trader to abolitionist and writer of 'Amazing Grace', through exhibits and a 12-minute video that is as saccharine as the hym…
Historic Site in Northern St Kitts

Bloody Point

In 1626 colonial settlements were expanding so quickly that the local Carib population felt threatened and decided to attack the invaders. In a rare and short-lived union, British and French troops set up a united f…
Archaeological Site in Northern St Kitts

Petroglyphs

By the side of the road leading up to Romney Manor are a couple of big rocks decorated with rock carvings believed to have made by indigenous Kalinago before the arrival of the Europeans.