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Meetings and Incentives
St. George Village Botanical Garden
127 Estate St. George
Frederiksted, VI 00840
Location / Transportation

One mile West of Plaza Extra West (or two miles east of Whim Plantation), one-quarter mile up St. George Road. Approximately two miles northwest of Henry E. Rohlsen Airport. Taxis and rental cars available at airport.

Services / Facilities

The Great Hall has surrounding galleries and a full-size kitchen with refrigerators and freezers. Handicapped-accessible restrooms on site. The Pavilion leads out onto a large open-air courtyard; it has limited kitchen facilities; handicapped-accessible restrooms on site.

Groups / Seminars

Both venues are available for day or evening seminars. The Great Hall can accommodate 250 in an auditorium setting; the Pavillion can handle 60. Both can hold greater numbers of guests for receptions.

Support Services

A staff member is always present during all functions.

Venue Description

St. George Village Botanical Garden is a 16.5-acre botanical garden on the site of a former 18th century sugar plantation. The traditional meeting room is the large Great Hall, with its landmark red roof, built in 1976; the Pavilion at the new Bodine Visitors’ Center was opened in March 2006. Both rooms have “spillover” areas that can accommodate larger groups for receptions.

Additional Information

Tours of the 16.5-acre Botanical Garden can be arranged for enjoyment of this very special venue during or following a meeting or event.