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Alexander Hamilton House

Low St., Charlestown, Nevis
+1 869-469-5786
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Museum and historic site, this mansion marks the birthplace of the father of the U.S. National Bank.
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Low St., Charlestown, Nevis
+1 869-469-5786

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Reviewed 8 August 2017

Stopped here on a half day tour of the island - honestly not a whole lot to see - it is essentially one big room but it story-lines his life and is only $5 per person and it was neat to have a picture at...More

Thank Blondie307
Reviewed 4 August 2017

$5 is truely a donation. One room. Stuff written on big boards with some pictures off the internet. Sad.

Thank Rich H
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Museum is small but informative. I love reading/learning about history. It's worth a stop if you're in Nevis but not something I would say is a MUST see while visiting.

Thank Mailer1877
Reviewed 14 July 2017

Don't expect some big, air-conditioned museum with priceless artifacts. This is the Caribbean and the weather conditions do not allow for anything too precious here. Nevertheless, it is a touching tribute to the native son of Nevis, without whom the good ole U.S.A. would not...More

Thank heyjudithz
Reviewed 14 June 2017

The museum is very basic but one can tell that someone worked hard to try to tell 1) the story of Nevis and the people and 2) the story of Alexander Hamilton with a focus on Nevis. They could make more business on souvenirs (the...More

Thank Zacbarcelona
Reviewed 26 May 2017

From born out of wedlock to becoming the leader member of President Washington's cabinet, it is apparent Nevis is proud of their historical hero.

Thank Alexa8776
Reviewed 22 May 2017

If you are interested in the colonization of Nevis and Alexander Hamilton, you will enjoy the detailed research and written materials in this exhibit. Not really a lot about Hamilton's birth, really - more about his life and times. The Nevisian slave history was fascinating,...More

Thank Tim W
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Wish I had visited the museum before seeing the broadway show , Hamilton. It was a small museum, but summarized the life and contributions of Alexander Hamilton. I would highly recommend.

Thank Maureen K
Reviewed 7 April 2017

There is not that much "historic" about the island itself so this was a stretch to visit the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton. It isn't expensive so it is worth at look. Like other reviewers said no photos are allowed inside which was a nice way...More

Thank fizzy1991
Reviewed 27 March 2017

The Hamilton House was a museum dedicated to his accomplishments rather than his actual birthplace. No photos are allowed, and admission averages $5 U.S. It's worth a visit if you have time to read the biographic descriptions in the displays while the Broadway cast recording...More

Thank stardustdrive
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alice h
1 January 2017|
Response from Cindy C | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure. You'll have to check w/ hotel concierge or local taxi driver/tour guide. There are days in the week the town do not open for business such as Sunday reserved for worship.