Famous Landmarks In Jamaica


Famous Landmarks in Jamaica – From Dunn’s River Falls to the Blue Mountains, these are some of Jamaica’s most famous landmarks.

Bob Marley Museum You’ll be able to see first-hand the house that the legendary reggae star Bob Marley once called home, as its 19th-century architecture

Devon House

Rose Hall Great House The house was built in the 17th Century by slavery owner John Palmer, and it is said to be haunted by the ghost of Palmer’s wife, Annie Palmer.

Blue Mountain Spanning a breathtaking 200,000 acres of lush tropical rainforest and soaring mountain peaks across four parishes – St. Andrew, Portland, St. Thomas and St. Mary.

Emancipation Park

Spanish Town Spanish Town in Jamaica was established by the Spanish after they left Sevilla Nueva, also known as New Seville.

Sam Sharpe Square Formerly known as Charles Square in Montego Bay, Sam Sharpe Square is now a National Heritage Site.