Unique Historical Sites Tour

Spanish Town

This tour comprises of four stops Spanish Town, Port Royal, Devon House and Bob Marley Museum. Learn about Jamaica’s history on this unique tour…
Spanish Town was the former Spanish and English capital in the 16th and 19th century. The city is home to numerous memorials, the national archives, and one of the oldest Anglican Churches outside of England.
The centre of the town boasts a few Regency buildings, including the Rodney Memorial and the facade of the Old King’s House, which was the residence of the governors until 1872. The history of Spanish Town lives on in the remains of the old buildings in its street names that mark it as the start of Jamaica’s overall history.

Port Royal
This city was the commercial centre for shipping in the Caribbean Sea during the latter half of the 17th century. It’s located at the end of the Palisadoes mouth of the Kingston Harbour.
Port Royal was the safe harbour for privateers and pirates plying the ship lane to and from Spain and Panama.
In 1692 this town was destroyed by an earthquake causing a portion of the town to go underground. After this Port Royal as a commercial centre was later taken over by Kingston which also became the city.
Relics can still being seen there and the famous Giddy House that tumbled in the earthquake but did not fully collapse.

Bob Marley Museum
This tour ends on a high to the last residence of world renowned reggae icon Bob Marley, which is now a museum in his honor. It is located in the heart of the capital Kingston.
It was home to the Tuff Gong record label which was founded by The Wailers in 1970. In 1976, it was the site of a failed assassination attempt on Bob Marley.
Here you can purchase authentic Marley items to take back home.

Lunch Stop at Devon House

One of Jamaica’s oldest national monuments is located right in the heart of the country’s busy, capital Kingston. It was built around 1881 by Jamaica’s first black millionaire, George Stiebel.
Its 11 acres of luscious green lawns, beautiful flowers, trees and fountains provides a relaxing and romantic environment for its guests.
The courtyard of Devon House currently houses some of the most acclaimed restaurants. You will certainly enjoy your lunch stop there.
Guest to purchase own lunch

One of Jamaica’s oldest national monuments is located right in the heart of the country’s busy, capital Kingston. It was built around 1881 by Jamaica’s first black millionaire, George Stiebel.

It’s 11 acres of luscious green lawns, beautiful flowers, trees and fountains provides a relaxing and romantic environment for its guests.

The courtyard of Devon House currently houses some of the most acclaimed restaurants. You will certainly enjoy your lunch stop there.

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