Things To Do in Anguilla
This Anguillan museum contains local artifacts, old photographs, and records which detail the island's history from the Arawaks to present. You'll find examples of pottery and stone tool from the earlier part of the 20th century on display.
Home of the Anguilla Tourist office, this building housed a cotton gin for cotton that was imported to England.
Take a sunset sail on a sloop, or a day trip & bbq lunch at an offshore cay.
Hop on Chocolat, a 35-foot catamaran for a day trip to Prickly Pear and Sandy Island. The excursion, led by the knowledgeable Captain Rollins, includes snorkeling and lunch.
Scuba Diving Excursions
Explore El Buen Consejo, a ship that sunk on its way to the New World in 1772, and marvel at artifacts like the ship's cannons that have now become a part of the sea. Numerous dives allow allow you to experience underwater rock formations.