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Cheshire Hall Plantation, Providenciales

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Cheshire Hall Plantation was a 5,000-acre (2,000 ha) sisal and cotton plantation in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, owned by the British Loyalist Thomas Stubbs from the late 1700s until 1810 and afterwards by his brother Wade Stubbs. A portion of the former plantation is currently owned and managed as a historical site by the Turks and Caicos National Trust.
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  • Small, unkempt ruins. No real cultural significance, or if there is, the guide either didn't know or care to share with our group. But whatever you do, don't ask him a question. Got more... 
    Small, unkempt ruins. No real cultural significance, or if there is, the guide either didn't know or care to share with our group. But whatever you do, don't ask him a question. Got more...  more »
  • A large disappointment. Not really much here. Not well maintained. Got a 15 minute tour by an indifferent tour guide with limited knowledge of the property. We were the only visitors during our... 
    A large disappointment. Not really much here. Not well maintained. Got a 15 minute tour by an indifferent tour guide with limited knowledge of the property. We were the only visitors during our...  more »
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  • It was fantastic! An awesome experience to visit and be present where there are authentic ruins, rooms, gardens. It's not possible to duplicate the masonry of the stone walls, they stood the test of time for centuries!!
  • Dr Higgs was very knowledge about the site and I loved the extra tidbits about TCI. This site is absolutely beautiful. You really get an appreciation of how hard slaves had to work the land for it to be productive. I like especially that the story was told from the perspective of the slaves rather than the slave owners, there was no glamorisation of the story. I would recommend maybe wearing a hat as there is not much shade throughout the tour.

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