French Heritage Museum, St. Thomas

The facade of the French Heritage Museum, St. Thomas, VI

The facade of the French Heritage Museum, St. Thomas, VI (site photo)

When visiting St. Thomas, feel free to visit the French Heritage Museum!

Located in central Carenage (Frenchtown), near the Joseph Aubain Ballpark, the museum is housed in the former location of the Olive-Bernier Clinic (and before that, it was a fire station).  The 30 year old Frenchtown Civic Organization lovingly restored the property following the devastation of Hurricane Marilyn in 1995.

Memorabilia, historic photos, French crafts and warm hospitality greet all who venture to the museum.  Find out more about the history of the museum, enjoy a virtual tour, and explore the archive of funereal booklets of many Frenchtown residents.

Web site:

The French Heritage Museum

2 Responses “French Heritage Museum, St. Thomas”

  1. Daniel Aube says:

    Where do we find this Museum?Location or phone number?
    Contact person?

  2. admin says:

    Thank you for visiting Mr. Aube!

    The museum is on the west side of Carenage (Frenchtown) – near the Joseph Aubain Ballpark.

    Call (340) 714-2583. The Museum is run by the Frenchtown Civic Association. Hope this helps!

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