Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill is one of the Caribbean's most notable and beloved historic landmarks. Originally one of many Barbadian windmills used to produce sugar, it's now only one of two still functioning worldwide.
Located in St. Andrew, the sloping ride to the landmark provides optic illusions. As the road seems to dip down, it's actually climbing upward. This coupled with lush greenery and local farms give a rural sense of belonging to many visitors.
Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill is a physical memory of yesteryear, as the actual mill stopped running in 1947 but was preserved as a museum in 1962. Restorations began in 1997, and today tours of the windmill provide a reminder of Barbadian local history.
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