Things To Do, Sights, and Activity Guide for Nevis Vacations
Alexander Hamilton Birthplace (Charlestown)
This Georgian-style residence houses the Museum of Nevis History; The Nevis House of Assembly occupies the second floor of this building.
+1 (869) 469-5786
Eden Brown Estate
The Eden Brown Estate is situated on Nevis’ remote eastern shore, about an 8-mile, 15-minute drive from Charlestown. The grounds are free and open to the public to explore any time.
Golf on Nevis
Enjoy stellar views from this world-renowned golf course at the Four Seasons Resort, designed by Robert Trent Jones.
Four Seasons Resort
Horseback Riding on Nevis
This celebrity favorite lets you tour Nevis in a relaxed and unique way. You can select your own personalized package, choosing to do rides along the beach, trails and mountains. The more adventurous traveler can opt for the five hour cross-island ride, while beginners can schedule their own private lessons.
Nelson Museum (Bath Rd.)
Leaf through Lord Nelson memorabilia, including letters, paintings, and even furniture from his flagship. Based in Antigua, Nelson visited Nevis often to court (and eventually marry) Frances Nisbet.
+1 (869) 469-0408
Nevis Botanical Gardens (Montpelier Estate)
Expect to see a fascinating eight acre site filled with lagoons, waterfalls, as well as bronze mermaids and extravagant fountains. Roses, orchids, and cacti, abound.
+1 (869) 469-3399 or +1 (869) 469-3509
The highest point of the island and the destination of many popular hiking trails
Nevisian Heritage Village
The Nevisian Heritage Village at Fothergills Estate recreates the living conditions and examines the social history of the different peoples that have lived on Nevis from the Carib Indians to the present day.
Old Bath House
Thought to be the first tourist hotel in all of the Caribbean and believed to have healing properties. It is partially used as government offices now.