Cheshire Hall Plantation is an important and significant stop on any trip to the Turks and Caicos Islands. Located between the hospital and St. Monica’s Anglican Church, it tells the story of slavery in the islands, a largely unspoken part of its past. The plantation was built by two American brothers, the Stubbs, who fought in the Revolutionary War and planted cotton trees on the site. With its original limestone walls and artifacts that were discovered in 2001, Cheshire Hall Plantation is an important reminder of the role that Turks and Caicos slaves played in American and British history. The plantation offers a 30-minute tour to visitors, providing insight into the historical and cultural significance of this landmark



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  • Tracie Phillips
    Tracie Phillips
    9 months ago

    Excellent little tour of a historic plantation on Provo. Price is $15pp. Tour took less than 30 minutes.

  • felicia turman
    felicia turman
    2 months ago

    Sad yet beautiful, if that makes sense. I love learning the history of an area and viewing actual landmarks.

  • Joseph Merkley
    Joseph Merkley
    4 weeks ago

    Not a bad tour if you stopping through. Not enough content for a dedicated trip in my opinion but nevertheless it was worth the stop that's integrated into the love buggy tour.

  • Sherma Dennis
    Sherma Dennis
    a year ago

    It was fantastic! An awesome experience to visit and be present where there are authentic ruins, rooms, gardens. It's not possible to duplicate the masonry of the stone walls, they stood the test of time for centuries!!

  • James Nichols
    James Nichols
    4 months ago

    Excellent place to lear history on the island

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