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Welcome to the JNHT Tour Sites; a stimulating insight into some of the county’s unique historic landmarks and other famous heritage sites which offers both guided and unguided tours.

Jamaica is enhanced by a rich ancient heritage going back over 300 years. Including such historic places as the Rio Nuevo battle site, Rose Hall Great House, and Port Royal/Port Charles which attracts thousands of tourists every year.

Here are links to information on places of interest, relative to Jamaica’s heritage.

Trench Town Culture Yard - Trench Town Culture Yard Parish: Kingston The Trench Town Culture Yard is located at 6 & 8 Lower First Street in Trench Town. It is one of the many houses which was built by the Central Housing Authority between 1940
Two Sisters Cave - Two Sisters Cave St.Catherine. Parish: St.Catherine Two Sisters Cave is located in the Hellshire Hills, St. Catherine. Each cave has a large sink hole, which contains fresh water. It is possible that these reservoirs served as sources of fresh water
Rose Hall Great House - Rose Hall Great House Parish: St.James Overlooking the beautiful Caribbean sea, on the hills of the former Rose Hall Sugar Estate, approximately 10km, from Montego Bay, St. James is the very imposing Rose Hall Great House. With the many stories
Prospect Great House - Prospect Great House Parish: St.Mary On the Prospect Estate is an early Eighteen Century Great House. It is of two storeys and possesses some Palladian features. The ground floor is fortified with twenty – eight loopholes that were designed to
Lovers’ Leap - Craving of the lovers at lovers’ leap Parish: St .Elizabeth The area consists of a cliff with a drop of approximately 1,600 feet. The legend associated with the site is that during the days of enslavement two young lovers used
Institute of Jamaica - Institute of Jamaica Parish: Kingston The Institute of Jamaica was established in 1879 during the governorship of Sir Anthony Musgrave, for the encouragement of Literature, Science and Art. It was regarded as the chief agency designed to help Government in
Hollywell National Park - Parish: St. Andrew Hollywell National Park Located in the hills of St. Andrew lies Hollywell National Forest Park about four thousand (4000) ft. above sea level. Because of the very cool temperature in this area, Hollywell National Park has a
Greenwood Great House - Greenwood Great House Parish: St.James The Barretts of Wimpole Street fame came to Jamaica in the 1660s and amassed great wealth from their sugar plantations. They built Greenwood in 1790 as a guest house. Greenwood Great House located in the
Firefly House - Firefly House Parish: St. Mary Firefly was the home of British Playwright Noel Coward. It was originally called “Look Out” by the famous pirate Henry Morgan since it had been used for that purpose. Noel Coward discovered the site while
Devon House - Devon House Parish: St. Andrew This house is a fine example of nineteenth (19th) century domestic architecture in Jamaica. It is a beautifully restored mansion and major source of attraction and place of relaxation. The magnetic appeal of Devon House

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