Situated on the Northern main road near to the Montserrat Secondary School in the Oriole Complex, the Montserrat National Trust contributes to the conservation and preservation of Montserrat’s heritage.
The Botanic Garden on the grounds boasts herbs that Montserratians have traditionally used as medicine, plants that have contributed to the economy and plants that are only found in the Centre Hills, such as the Rondelitia Buxifolia. No visit is complete without a walk through the Dry Forest. Tours and activities are offered in the garden to educate visitors about the importance of plants to human life and issues related to conservation.
A browse in the Gift Shop would be very rewarding. It carries a range of locally made arts and crafts, photographs and maps. You will find souvenirs to take back for friends and relatives or keepsakes to remind you of Montserrat. Visitors, residents and students are always welcome at the Montserrat National Trust Office, which opens from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and 10:00a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays by special request.