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St. Thomas

32 square miles of fun.

St. Thomas attractions and activities offer an opportunity to experience a Caribbean island paradise.

Whether indulging in some of the world’s prettiest beaches, re-discovering history at museums, forts or historic houses, admiring stunning panoramic views via a hike, bike or sky tram, playing a round of golf, making a splash in the invigorating turquoise blue waters, or visiting duty-free shops, St. Thomas has much to enjoy! Attractions in St. Thomas appeal to both those seeking adventure and those looking for peaceful relaxation. It’s your experience; customize it to your preferences!


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Hassel Island


Part of the Virgin Islands National Park, this treasured island is home to numerous historical structures including Danish & British Military Forts from the Napoleonic era, the world's largest Steam Engine powered Marine Railway and an idyllic snorkeling beach. Virgin Islands Ecotours offers daily kayak, hike & snorkel tours, full & half day and are the only permitted concession to bring visitors to explore the St Thomas of yesterday.

Island Tours, V.I.


Explore our History, our Island and our Adventures! Historic Tours, Island Beach Tours, Fun Tours and Private Tours Available.

Phone: 340.201.7641

Market Square


Located at the end of Main Street, the square is the original site of a busy slave market. Today it serves as a market center for local vendors of fruit, vegetables, spices and fish.

Seven Arches Museum


Once a Danish residence, it was built in the 19th century featuring seven arches to support the staircase. Today it continues to be a residence as well as a museum filled with West Indian mahogany furniture and other antiques.

St. Thomas Synagogue


Built in 1796 by Sephardic Jews, the St. Thomas Synagogue is one of the oldest synagogues in the Western Hemisphere. People of all faiths are welcome to visit the sand-floored interior of this National Historic Landmark.

Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral


Built in 1848, this stunning cathedral serves as the seat of the Territory’s Roman Catholic Diocese. Mural paintings on the ceiling depict more than 12 major scenes from the Old and New Testaments. Complimentary tours available by appointment. 340-774-0201.