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Wallblake House

| Wallblake Road, The Valley, Anguilla
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Great historical house

This is an awesome historical house that is for sire worth the effort to go see. Very quiet and... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2016
Worth a drive-by

Although this serene tiny island is popular for its pristine beaches, if one is inclined to take a... read more

Reviewed 26 March 2015
Somerset, New Jersey
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Wallblake House, built in 1787, is the oldest and only surviving plantation house on Anguilla. It is one of the few plantation houses in the Caribbean where the entire complex of buildings including the kitchen, stable and workers quarters have survived virtually intact. The Wallblake House Trust is maintaining the complex so that it may thrive as a center for cultural, social and educational events for the entire island community.
  • Excellent22%
  • Very good34%
  • Average33%
  • Poor11%
  • Terrible0%
21 Jan 2016
“Great historical house”
25 Mar 2015
“Worth a drive-by”
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| Wallblake Road, The Valley, Anguilla
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Reviewed 21 January 2016

This is an awesome historical house that is for sire worth the effort to go see. Very quiet and picturesque.

Thank JustAnotherBH
Reviewed 26 March 2015

Although this serene tiny island is popular for its pristine beaches, if one is inclined to take a break this old heritage plantation house is well worth a look with its white picket fence. Adjacent to this one also can admire the riverstone facade of...More

Thank Mridula-A
Reviewed 15 November 2014

The story behind this historical place is very interesting. It is a great place to visit as a tourist with the right guide to educate you about this site.

1  Thank SomebodyChild
Reviewed 20 August 2014

I took some guest on a island tour and we stop at the Wallblake house the guy at the house he give us a lovely tour and give us break down on some history of my island thanks to him i learn a lot on...More

1  Thank MauriceTaxi
Reviewed 8 July 2014

We peeked through the windows. Not open. We returned several times and never opened. :( Should have a listing of times they are open. Nothing on the windows and no signs.

1  Thank djbPennsyvania
Reviewed 6 January 2014

A nice place to view a house and churches with great historical significance and get those unique photos to capture your Anguilla memories.

1  Thank ScottAfghanistan
Reviewed 30 July 2013

After visiting the salt pond, I passed b this building, i guess a piece of Anguilla's history, there was no one on site for a tour and the building was closed, seems to be kept up in appearance, not too far from this building is...More

2  Thank Coryy20
Reviewed 7 July 2013

I should have liked to give this more stars, as it's a fascinating building, but on the day we visited staff were setting up an exhibition - we're grateful we were allowed to see round, but we didn't get the guided tour which is really...More

1  Thank Muuranker
Reviewed 24 May 2008

Trip advisers commentary sums up the place perfectly, but felt i should mention it can be found on the edge of The Valley, which is Anguilla's capital, blink and you will miss it but is just by the small roundabout which has a facility to...More

12  Thank caribglobetrotter
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