Attractions on St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

Fort Christian, St. Thomas Your vacation is booked and now you are wondering about sightseeing and what to do in St. Thomas? You can explore some of the parks and reserves on a kayak excursion or a nature hike. You can learn about fascinating marine animals at Coral World. Take the tramway to Paradise Point, and explore botanical gardens. Beautiful vistas are plentiful, and an island drive makes seeing them easy. Head to the hills on St. Thomas island for stunning views from Mountain Top or Drakes seat; or head to the sea side, capital of Charlotte Amalie. The town is filled with history. There are old churches, historic houses, watch towers and a fort! Visit popular areas like Frenchtown and Red Hook for a lunch break, or a stroll. There are small history museums, art galleries, a genealogy library, pirate museum and more.
St. Thomas Cycleboats

St. Thomas Cycleboats

If you’re looking for a truly unique and exciting boat tour, be sure to come experience the VI’s first Cycleboat. It’s a boat, a bike and a bar, all in one! We offer two tours, and a sunset cruise. Our 2-hour tour travels along the Charlotte Amalie Harbor where you’ll take in the beautiful sights while listening to your favorite party tunes and enjoying our fresh Rum Punch. Our 3-hour trip to Water Island allows you to swim, snorkel, eat lunch and bar hop. The boat holds 16 people. Book a seat today or rent the entire boat. DRINK. PEDAL. PARTY! with St. Thomas Cycleboats.

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Tree Limin Extreme Zipline Park

Tree Limin' Extreme Zipline Park

Soar through the rainforest on a 2 ½ hour zipline canopy tour starting with a wild ride to the top of St Peter Mountain. Take in the breathtaking views of Magens Bay and the BVI’s from 8 aerial platforms, fly high above the forest on six exhilarating ziplines and soak up the sun on our two incredible skybridges as your ACCT trained guides lead you through this experience of a lifetime! The grand finale is the world famous Yo-Yo zip. It’s the only of its kind in the Caribbean. It allows you to travel backwards and forwards on the same line delivering the ultimate zip trip!

Tree Limin Extreme Zipline Park
Tree Limin Extreme Zipline Park
Tree Limin Extreme Zipline Park
Tree Limin Extreme Zipline Park

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Coral World Ocean Park

Coral World Ocean Park

Spend the day at Coral World Ocean Park, one of St. Thomas's Greatest Attractions. Get up close and personal with the beauty and magic of Caribbean marine life in a stunning setting. View life on a coral reef from the unique Underwater Observation Tower. Hand feed a stingray or a rainbow lorikeet! There are several gift shops, cafes and shower facilities. Additional activities include Dolphin Swim or Moment, Dolphin Trek and Dolphin Kayak, Sea Lion Swim or Encounter, Shark Encounter, Sea Trek and SNUBA. Located next to Coki Beach. Variable schedule due to COVID; visit our website or FB page for schedule.

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More Attractions Around St. Thomas

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View from Drake's Seat

Drake's Seat

 
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Northside
St. Thomas is mountainous and offers beautiful views. The most popular lookouts are Drakes Seat and Skyline Drive Overlook. Drake’s Seat was built in 1933 by Arthur Fairchild. In...
Red Hook

Red Hook

 
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East End
Red Hook is the proverbial anchor of the East End of St. Thomas. The little hub packs in a lot! There is: a marina; fishing and boating excursions; ferries;...
Scenic Views

Skyline Drive Overlook

 
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Northside
St. Thomas is mountainous and offers beautiful views. The most popular lookouts are Drakes Seat and Skyline Drive Overlook. Skyline Drive Overlook offers a panoramic harbor view including Charlotte...
Bluebeard's Castle & Frederiksberg

Bluebeard's Castle & Frederiksberg

 
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Town
Local legend says pirate Bluebeard built the tower! History says the Danes built it around 1689 as a watchtower. It was called Frederik's Fort and is on the site...
Frenchtown

Frenchtown

 
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Frenchtown
Frenchtown was settled by immigrants from the French Caribbean island of St. Barthelemy in the late 1800's through mid 1900's. The area became a fishing village. The French community...
French Heritage Museum

French Heritage Museum

 
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Frenchtown
The French Heritage Museum is housed in two small houses; both are fine examples of traditional vernacular architecture once common in Frenchtown; and to some degree still in use...
Cruise Ship

Colossal Cruise Ships

 
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Crown Bay
The scene within the Charlotte Amalie harbor on most days of the year includes large cruisers. From a distance these engineering marvels look pretty big; but stand close to...
Caribbean Genealogy Library

Caribbean Genealogy Library

 
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Mid Island
The Caribbean Genealogy Library is a treasure trove for genealogists and historians. Its mission is: to identify, preserve, and provide access to Caribbean genealogy, history, and cultural heritage information...