Historial Collections

Plantation Superintendent’s House has been restored, and is used as a residence for the Garden Botanical Curator.
Former plantation workers’ quarters have been restored to house the Garden Library.

 

Plantation Overseer’s House
The Baker’s Oven

 

St. George Village Botanical Garden is built upon the site of a 19th century sugar cane plantation, and many of the buildings have been restored, and are used as buildings housing the functions of a botanical garden. Ruins that were beyond restoration have been stabilized and used as the background for many of the botanical collections. Historical Structures on the site include:

Workers’ Village including row houses and cottages

Restored workers’ quarters include:

two row houses now form the gift shop and administrative wing of the Great Hall
workers’ cottage houses Garden library
workers’ cottage houses Visitors’ Orientation Center
partially restored workers’ cottage houses Marmaduke Orchid House

Plantation Supervisor’s House (totally restored)
Plantation Field Overseer’s House (partially restored)
Blacksmith’s shop (totally restored)
Sugar/rum factory (needs stabilization)
.Molasses vat (totally restored)
Large animal corral (partially stabilized)
Small animal pen (stabilized)
Bake oven (restored)
Smoke House (stabilized)
Lime kiln (needs stabilization)
Water wheel (needs stabilization)
Walk-in well (needs stabilization)
Water sluice (stabilized)

Take a tour of some of the buildings..

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