Attractions In And Around Anguilla
From history to hiking, there's plenty to do in and around Anguilla. Check out a few of our favorites here.
The Heritage Collection Museum
Located in the East End, the Heritage Collection showcases a vast collection of Anguillan archeological and historical artifacts, dating from the time of the Arawak Indians. Don’t miss a chance to chat with the curator, island historian Colville Petty.
Fountain Cavern National Park
Located near Shoal Bay, the grounds of pristine Fountain Cavern National Park are open to the public. The park is managed by the Anguilla National Trust and holds centuries-old pre-Columbian carvings, including a 16-foot stalagmite of the Taino god Jocahu.
Located in Meads Bay, Dolphin Discovery puts guests face-to-fin with the world’s most lovable marine life.
Shoal Bay East
Regularly ranked among the world’s most beautiful beaches, this two-mile stretch of pink-tinted sand offers top-notch snorkeling, kayaking and swimming in warm turquoise waters. Casual open-air restaurants and laid-back beach bars line the shore, perfect for watching the evening sunset.
Sandy Ground Beach
This bustling beach is Anguilla’s go-to for island flavor and calm waters. You’ll find dancing, parties and plenty of fishing boats, charters and boat racing.