Annaberg Estate was once a sugar plantation during the Danish occupation.
The estate was named in 1721 for Anna, the infant daughter of the plantation’s owner, Christopher William Gottschalk. When translated, it meant Anna’s Hill.
Although in ruins, it is one of the best-preserved estates from the days of Danish rule.
Today, thousands visit and tour through the property learning about its history from posted signs erected by the V.I. National Park.
Because of its unique position, the view is breathtaking!
Its vistas stretch from Mary’s Creek to Leinster Bay including the out-islands of the nearby British Virgins.