Wade’s Green Plantation – Turks and Caicos
CaribbeanDays.com now offers an Archaeological Adventure to Turks and Caicos, Wade’s Green Plantation!
This is located in the Leeward Settlement. This is a full day trip to North Caicos. The trip also includes a tour of Kew Farm.
Wade’s Green Plantation is the best surviving example of a Loyalist plantation left anywhere in the Caribbean. Wade’s Green was established in 1798 to grow cotton. Wade Stubbs was awarded 860 acres of land after he lost his property in Florida during the Revolutionary War. The plantation was originally called “Bellefield”. It is a National Trust preserved to celebrate emancipation through role-play and enactments. It has been described as one of the finest examples of the colonial plantation buildings in existence.
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