On a visit to Kingston you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Kingston. These places are what Kingston is all about. These must see places in Kingston will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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26, Hope Road, Kingston
09:00 am - 04:00 pm
One of the main cultural attractions in the city, Devon House Heritage Site is owned by the Government of Jamaica and managed by Devon House Development Limited since February 2002. The mission of the Devon house management is to preserve Jamaican art, craft and culture.
A major historical site, The Devon House is the former home of one of Jamaica&...
Perhaps the most visited of tourist sites in Kingston Jamaica, the Bob Marley Museum is a true ode to the legend. Visitors are taken on a guided tour of the legend’s former home and the location of his Tuff Gong recording studio. The museum is packed with memorabilia from Marley’s life including his guitar and stage outfits including hi...
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Blue Mountain Peak, c/o Jamaica Conservation Development Trust, 29 Dumbarton Avenue, Kingston 10
The longest mountain range in Jamaica (28 miles), the Blue Mountains get their name from the constant blue-ish mist that surrounds the peaks. The highest point is the Blue Mountain Peak at 7204 ft. (2256m).
The mountains and the surrounding forest form the 194,000-acre Blue Mountain and John Crow Mountain National Park, which was established...
The birthplace of reggae and the former home of Bob Marley and other musical greats like Vincent ‘Tata’ Ford and Alton Ellis. Trench Town Culture Yard has now been proclaimed as a National Protected Heritage Site.
Bob Marley composed many of his greatest hits here and you can see his first car and his first guitar. Immortalized in his s...
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Devon House, 26 Hope Road (corner of Hope Road and Waterloo Road)
Devon House I-Scream is Jamaica's most popular ice cream, a national Sunday-afternoon tradition for the locals and a popular "find" for visitors to Jamaica. They makegood quality ice cream, and many claim that they are even comparable to international brands such as HaagenDazs and Ben'n'Jerry's.
They serve up a menu of 27 exotic and tropical ...
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Old Hope Rd, St Andrew, Kingston, Jamaica
06:00 am - 06:00 pm
Spread over 200 acres of land, Hope Gardens is the largest botanical gardens in the Caribbean. The land was originally part of the "Hope Estate", which was owned and run by Richard Hope who was a commander in the British army and was gifted the estates a reward for helping Britain gain control of Jamaica from the Spanish.
One of the high points in ...
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Temple Lane, Kingston, Jamaica
Rumoured to be serving the best brown stew fish in all of Jamaica, Patrice’s is a small non-descript establishment with a modest setting. The restaurant is famous among those in the know for serving some of the best home-style Caribbean cuisine.
Open for lunch from Monday to Friday, the day’s menu comprises of three main meals listed on...