Heritage & Monuments

The Ginnery

Antigua and Barbuda / Americas

The Ginnery stored salt and cotton from the days of the slave trade to well into the 1900s. The salt can still be tasted as it has so permeated the walls and you can see dates and quantities stencilled on the beams. Since then it has been used for a school classroom and for regular Council meetings.

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