The BVI is home to range of historic sites.
Old Government House Museum tells the story of the Governors’ residence over the years. It was built in 1880 and again in 1926. The house is now closed as a residential area, but open to the public.
Callwood Rum Distillery continues to produce rum today using it’s original boiler. Tour the facilities & sample its rum.
The Saba Nautical Museum has an outdoor saltwater pool with artifacts from the RMS Rhone, including a signalling cannon. Inside the shop are other items also preserved from the Rhone, including plates & bottles.
The Copper Mine is a prominent landmark. It is now abandoned and the structures you will see today were built in the 1880s by settlers from Cornwall, England
The Wreck of the Royal Mail Steamer (RMS) Rhone is a fantastic spot for diving & snorkelling. It is 310 feet long & 40 feet wide and was lost in 1867 during a hurricane. Look out for the huge propeller & shaft, lucky porthole, wench set & water pump. The bow section lies just a short distance away in 80’and is home to ‘Fang’ the barracuda.