Plan Your Visit
Saint Croix Island International Historic Site is composed of a mainland site and 6.5-acre Saint Croix Island. Facilities at the mainland site include:
A short, accessible interpretive trail features bronze figures of the French and Passamaquoddy, as well as displays that discuss historical events and the interaction of the two cultures.
Visits to the island itself are not encouraged due to its fragile nature.
Did You Know?
Saint Croix Island was settled by Huguenots (French Protestants) and Catholics, a rare example of religious tolerance between these two groups. The island is protected today as part of Saint Croix Island International Historic Site.