The Gift Shop supplies a wide variety of Bob Marley paraphernalia, including
a vast selection of Marley t-shirts, footwear, keychains, posters, postcards and cd’s, Marley Coffee and more!
Specializing in a mix of Ital and Jamaican dishes, justices and more,
The One Love Cafe is open Mondays to Saturdays from 9am to 5pm.
Reservations are required outside of operating hours.
Blue Mountain Bicycle Tour
Tours originate from Ocho Rios into the Blue Mountains. Cost includes breakfast, lunch, transportation, bicycle and equipment, and a tour guide.
Visitors should not miss the rewarding drivfe into the Blue Mountains, home of Jamaica’s famous coffee. Also visit Hardwar Gap in the Blue Mountains / John Crow National Park. At Honeywell, a little further on in the park you will find trails and magnificent views which will make you glad you made the effort.
Castleton Gardens, St. Mary
Botanical garden 20 minutes from Kingston, established in 1862, it has 15 acres divided by the main road with river bordering. Notable for ferns, palms and various exotic trees.
Any tour company in the city will offer you a tour of Kingston’s cultural and historic points of interest or you can make arrangements with an individual taxi driver. Agree to a price before setting off. Devon House should be included on every visitor’s itinerary. Situated on Hope Road, it is an old colonial mansion of outstanding elegance and architecture. King’s House next door is the residence of the Governor General. Further up Hope Road lies the Bob Marley Museum which attracts thousands of fans each year. Still further up Hope Road is Hope Botanical Gardens which also houses a small zoo with birds and animals from all over the Caribbean and the Americas. The National Gallery, on Ocean Boulevard, has a large collection of works of Jamaican artists.
26 Hope Road, Kingston 10
Legendary 19th century house furnished with antique furniture, games, carpets, paintings and drapes. Also a tree-shaped garden with shops that specialize in Jamaican crafts, food and souvenirs.
Morgan’s Harbour Hotel at Port Royal offers an excellent trip out to the offshore island of Lime Cay, a favourite spot of local yachtsmen. The white sand beach and clear water that abounds with fish make skin diving and swimming memorable.
National Art Gallery
Roy West Building, Kingston Mall
Large gallery on two floors. Permanent exhibition of Jamaican Art – Pre 20th century gallery. Also includes Edna Manley and Kapo collection.
Liberty Hall – The Marcus Garvey Museum
Kings Street, Kingston
Most of the old city of Port Royal, once the pirate capital of the New World, sank beneath the waves in a violent earthquake in 1692. Over the years much excavation work has been done to recover artifacts from this rich, but wicked town. Fort Charles, where Lord Nelson once strode the quarterdeck, still stands and the silent cannon still keep watch from its battlements. The Maritime Museum is located in Fort Charles itself while the Port Royal Archaeological and Historical Museum which houses artifacts salvaged from the sunken city, is situated in the old Naval Hospital. To get there you can drive beyond Norman Manley International Airport or catch the ferry across the harbour.
Rockfort Mineral Bath
Therapeutic mineral springs with public and and private baths. The water is slightly saline containing several minerals.