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Top Attractions and Things to Do in Kingston, Jamaica

Megha Dahake Nov 04, 2020
Devon House, constructed in 1881, is the earlier dwelling of George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire, in St. Andrew.
Devon House
The name comes from the estate formerly being called Devon Penn before Stiebel earned his prosperity in Venezuela and acquired it.
Founded in 1974, the National Gallery of Jamaica, is the biggest public art museum in the English-speaking Caribbean, situated in Downtown Kingston, Jamaica.
National Gallery of Jamaica
Lime Cay is the key island of the Port Royal Cays situated in the northeast of the reef. The site is blessed with lovely white sand beach and serene water, which makes it a perfect weekend getaway.
Lime Cay
The prosperous urban of Kingston is amongst the famed mecca for rum across the globe. It is the finest spot for discovering bar section occupied with cocktail of drinks and live music.
Bar Hopping
The Blue Mountain Peak Trail is the track to Jamaica's tallest point, which rests at 2,256 meters. During pleasant days, you can catch a glimpse of the southern coast of Cuba from the summit.
Hiking in the Blue Mountains
Purify your soul & invigorate your body at the Strawberry Hill Hotel which entails a spa. Don't forget to  pamper yourself with their coconut hydro-scrub massage.
Spa Day at Strawberry Hill
The Bob Marley Museum is enamored to the reggae musician Bob Marley. One of the representatives as a cultural hero, he persists as Jamaica’s most esteemed and significant personalities.
Bob Marley Museum
Are you a party animal? Whether you're a native or a novice in town, you can be sure to catch something interesting in Kingston. Nightlife here is happening, glitzy and raucous.
Cricket and Football lovers, here is a good news for you. Any sporting occurrence in Jamaica is dynamic and you will find here the most thrilling fans, who will celebrate irrespective of whichever team wins!
Attend a Sports Game
Delight in a visit to Port Royal, the eventful urban in the Caribbean and identified as the seat for famous Pirates of the Caribbean. It was once recognized as the “wickedest city in the world”.
Tour Port Royal