Take a short trip off Route 10 to visit this historic ruin. Established in 1718, it served as the headquarters for slaves rebelling against plantation owners in 1733. The mill has been restored, but the rest of the plantation ruins sit decaying in the overgrown vegetation across the road. The windmill, with its lower level tunnel, makes interesting exploration. Part of the Virgin Islands National Park, it gets few visitors. It is an excellent place for a picnic lunch. Maps also call it Hammer or Herman Farm. No admission charge.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
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