Road Town, located on Tortola Island is a place hat showcase the culture of the islands through its various museums, old buildings and vibrant markets.
Road Town is a place not to be missed while you are in the British Virgin Islands. The place is known for its distinguished West Indian houses, colourful and vibrant markets and serves as a capital of the islands located on the south coast of Tortola. Tourists can witness the culture of the place through the ruins of Fort Burt or Fort Recovery built in the 1640s. Make sure to visit the Callwood Rum Distillery for the taste of the local beer, 1780 Lower Estate Sugar Works Museum for the history of the old sugar mill, Old Government House Museum for its British colonial architecture and periodic artefacts. Also, explore the Methodist Church, HMS Prison, Tortola Pier Park and Queen Elizabeth Park.
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