Scenic and a pleasant historic in sight into antigua past...... not really too much to see but Its worth a visit out to get a view of the highlands historic past
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This is an interesting place to go to learn about the exploitation of the island and slaves for sugar. The museum is small but informative.
Out in the sticks, a sad insight into the history of the sugar cane production. Take the time to read the information on in the hut, it’s free but a donation is appreciated. Be sure to visit Devils Bridge after
We stopped at Betty's Hope during opening hours, however, no one was there to collect our money at the entrance, and the one main building wasn't open. We were hoping to learn about the history of the area and sugar plantations in general, but unfortunately,...More
It was well worth the time to stop here. While not functional and not well kept, it is a piece of history. It is so much larger than we imagined from pictures too. I would actually love to go back here and have a relaxed...More
could be such a fantastic tourist place and earn money for the island but, like many places on the island, has been left to overgrow. Still a beautiful place to visit and a lovely photo opportunity.
Betty's Hope covers the sordid history of one of many sugar plantations once operating on the island of Antigua. While it's a work in progress, the site tells the story of the slavery and exploitation practiced by British colonialists on the island's plantations that every...More