St. Croix's second-largest town, Frederiksted was founded in 1751. While Christiansted is noted for its Danish buildings, Frederiksted is better known for its Victorian architecture. One long cruise-ship pier juts into the sparkling sea. It's the perfect place to start a tour of this quaint city. A stroll around its historic sights will take you no more than an hour. Allow a little more time if you want to duck into the few small shops.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts
Sitting across from the waterfront in a historic building, this small museum hosts an always-changing roster of exhibits. Many are…Learn More >
West End beaches
There are several unnamed beaches along the coast road north of Frederiksted, but it's best if you don't stray too…Learn More >
This terrific little bistro, which has a loyal local following, offers a changing menu that draws on Cajun and Caribbean…Learn More >