No cherry trees still exist here; in fact, the approach to Cherry Tree Hill is a road canopied by magnificent old mahogany trees which were introduced into Barbados after the Treaty of Paris in 1763. Then you emerge to see a spectactular view of the entire east coast of the island and the raging Atlantic Ocean
When we were there, Morgan Lewis Mill is part of the Heritage Pass but was closed for renovation and what you could see was free. Now that it has been renovated it is called one of the Seven Wonders of Barbados.
It is one of the largest, oldest mills in the region and is virtually intact. Typical of the wind-driven mills of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, it helped produce the sugar for which Barbados used to be famous throughout the world. Housed inside the mill is a dynamic display of old photographs documenting the sugar glory days
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Price: $10.00 for adults (children half price