Children’s Activities on the island of St. Thomas, USVI

Children's Activities on the island of St. Thomas, USVI

If you are traveling to St. Thomas with children, then you are in luck! There are several activities on the island which will be immense amounts of happiness and fun to your little ones, no matter what their age is. Besides just playing on the beach (which is tons of fun), there are so many activities and family attractions to see and enjoy.

Coral World Ocean Park

At Coral World Ocean Park, there are plenty of fun activities for you and your family to do. It was voted the top attraction in the Virgin Islands and it’s crawling (or swimming…) with sea life. You can swim with sea lions, pet a shark, and feed food to animals such as stingrays. Coral World Ocean Park is located adjacent to Coki Point and is a 4.5 acres marine park. You can also snuba which is a fun adventure in itself as well.

There are tons of activities at Coral World Ocean Park. Once you’re done here, you can also relax on the adjacent beach, which has beautiful clear water to play on.

“Pirate” Themed Activities and Fun

There are many chances in which you and your family can pretend that they are “pirates.” You can board the Doubloon and set sail on a 3.5 hour sail to Buck Island. You can swim with turtles and snorkel.

You and your family can also go on the Treasure Seeker Pirate ship which is a 2 hour themed tour around the harbor. You can do face painting and have water-gun battles.

Butterfly Garden

Children can play with butterflies at the location and learn all about them. There is a 10,000 square foot enclosure in which they can roam free. There are daily shows in which exotic birds perform tricks for their audience. This fun activity is located at the Havensight Cruise Ship Dock.

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