This is the largest surviving 19th and 20th century sugar cane plantation. The museum and shop are quaint and free to see. Around the building are old tools and vehicles. When we visited a few chickens, cats, a duck and a turkey wandered around the premises, near the goat and piggy pen you can get some corn and feed the animals. The 60 remaining old slave cabins are a 5 minute drive away from this building. You can see them from the main street and gave us beautiful photo's and a perfect idea of how it was in the former days. The owner in the shop and museum can tell you all about sugar cane and the way it was. Very interesting
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