Christiansted is a town on the island of Saint Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Christiansted was the capital of the Danish West Indies from 1755 to 1871 and is a charming town with distinctive Danish architecture.

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Fort Christiansvaern - Well-preserved Danish yellow brick fort from the late 1700s. M-F 8AM-5PM; Sa,Su 9AM-5PM. Closed on Federal holidays. Admission $2.
Old Danish Customs House
Steeple Museum
Government House
Apothecary Museum
Old Scale House



St. Croix is rich with artists. Christiansted is home to many galleries including Island Boy Designs owned by jewelry designer Whealan Massciott (Kenny Chesney is a fan), the Maria Henle Gallery and many more. A stroll around town will reveal these and many more treasures.


If you want to catch what you eat, go fishing with Carl Holley. His boat, Mokojumbie, ties up on the docks near Rumrunners. He supplies many restaurants with fresh fish daily.



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