What to see

Harry L. Johnson Museum

The Harry L. Johnson museum is located in a 19th century sea captains cottage in Windwardside. Tthe museum is situated in a meadow surrounded by beautiful flowers, including the black-eyed Susan. Exhibits include a collection of artefacts from the Amerindian archaeological sites around the island, as well as a resource …

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Major Osmar Simmons museum

  The Major Osmar Simmons museum is located in The Bottom on the way to Well’s Bay. It depicts the household of the major who lived here. The opening times are limited. Check the message on the door.

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Dutch Museum Saba

DUTCH MUSEUM SABA Unique for the Caribbean: Dutch collections of antiques, 150 to + 400 years old presented by a private initiative in a traditional Saban Cottage –            Dutch Tiles from 1625 – 1900 (> 150 pieces) –            Copper Engravings in antique Books and Bibles 1640 – 1777 (+ 50 …

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Mount Scenery – The highest peak in the Kingdom

The facts: Mount Scenery is a potentially active volcano in the Caribbean Netherlands. Its lava dome forms the summit of the Saba island strato-volcano. At an elevation of 887 m (2,910 ft), it is the highest point in both the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and, since the dissolution of the …

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The Ladder

In early days, Sabans keep small boats mainly at two landing places, Fort Bay in the south and Ladder Bay in the west. These regular landings were so safe in every wind that only one fatal accident has been recorded in historical times. The Geographical Review of January 1, 1934 …

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The shortest commercial runway in the world

The airport has the shortest commercial runway in the world, only 400 meters long, flanked on one side by high hills, with cliffs that drop into the sea at both ends. Although the airport is closed to jet traffic, regional airline propeller aircraft are able to land there under waivers …

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SABARC – Saba Archeology Center

A large representation of the Saba community came out for the opening of Saba Heritage Center in Windwardside. This centre was the original concept of Corinne Hofman from Leiden University and Commissioner Chris Johnson, which was later assisted with actual implementation by Saba Archaeological Center SABARC. Funding, logistics and cooperation …

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