Adderley's Plantation Ruins
Originally a cotton plantation, occupying all that land known as
Stella Maris. The ruins consist of a group of three buildings, practically
intact up to roof level.
Dunmore's Plantation Ruins
Situated on a hill, overlooking the sea on three sides, there remain
six gate posts (four outer and two inner) and a house with two fireplaces
and drawings of ships on the wall.
Gray's Plantation Ruins
There are ruins of at least three houses, one with two chimneys.
One ruin is very large and the third seems to have had a cellar and
Deadman's Cay Cave
The cave leads two ways: one tunnel leads to the ocean and has
never been fully explored. There are two old Indian drawings on the
wall, stalagmites and stalactites.
It was once lived in by Indians and used as occasional hide-aways
Because it is relatively close to Cuba, Long Island had at one
time a dense population of Lucayan Indians that emigrated from the
Caribbean. There are many archaeological fragments in numerous caves.
Located on the northern tip of the island, visitors can explore
the lovely lagoon where Columbus first anchored and unspoiled miles
Clarence Town is noted for its beautiful twin churches, located
on two hilltops: St. Paul Anglican Church, and St. Peter Roman Catholic
Church. Both were built by Father
Jerome who designed the Anglican church first and, after his conversion
to Catholicism, the Roman Catholic church.