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The Higgs family dates back more than a century in Harbour Island. In the Crown Land Grant of 1791, this land was granted to John Tedder by King George III.

Now closed forever, the Higgs Tomb was once used for burying the dead. A stairway and shelves are inside. Caskets were placed on the shelves, but all wreaths were laid outside the tomb.

Seasons Open: Year Round

Accessibility Notes

The area is not wheelchair accessible. Visitors with mobility impairments can view the tomb from roadside.

 Pet Friendly Notes

Leashed pets are welcome, but must be controlled.

For More Information, Contact:

Harbour Island Tourist Office
Bay Street, Dunmore Town, HI
(242) 333-2621

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Latitude: 25.499294000
Longitude: -76.636059000
Elevation: 50 FT (15 M)
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