Alexander Hamilton was born here, on his family’s sugar plantation, which continued to produce sugar into the 1950s. The windmill tower, made of volcanic stone, and 19th Century steam engine remain around the ruins, but itÃ¢€™s the panoramic views of Charlestown, Nevis’ capital city, and St. Kitts that make the visit a great addition to any itinerary.
Recent Traveler Reviews
Neglected piece of history
I was really excited to visit the location. However its just 2 rooms, no furnishings, and a bunch of signs to read. Admission is $5 US and I felt like I would have spent my…
A museum that needs tlc.
We like to learn about the history,and Hamilton as well as the native americans and the africans brought as slaves are part of the Caribbean legacy. Museum is more an exhibit about Alexanders time...