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Activities in Kingston, Jamaica

Things to Do

Craighton Estate-Kingston

Craighton Estate is in Irish Town St. Andrew and owned by Japan-based Ueshima Coffee Company. The estate offers a one-hour tour featuring a walk around the working coffee farm and historic great house. Guests are schooled about the history of coffee production in Jamaica which includes a coffee-tasting session.

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Rockfort Mineral Bath-Kingston

Natural mineral spring flowing into large main pool and private pools. The mineral spring is said to have healing qualities

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Grosvenor Galleries-Kingston

The Grosvenor Gallery specializes in paintings, drawings, sculpture and ceramics. The works of art are displayed throughout the four rooms. Visitors are welcome to purchase some of these creative pieces and other items at the gift shop.

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National Gallery of Jamaica-Kingston

The National Gallery of Jamaica, which was established in 1974, is the oldest and largest public art museum in the Anglophone Caribbean. It has a comprehensive collection of early, modern and contemporary art from Jamaica along with smaller Caribbean and international holdings. A significant part of its collections is on permanent view. The NGJ houses the premier collection of Jamaican art, from the Taino to the present day, significant parts of which are on permanent display. There are regular temporary exhibitions that promote various aspects of Jamaica art, from the established masters to the young and emerging artists. The NGJ’s exhibition programme includes retrospectives of work by major Jamaican artists, thematic exhibitions, guest-curated exhibitions, touring exhibitions that originate outside of the island, and the island’s premier national exhibitions, the National Biennial. The NGJ offers a range of educational services, including guided tours, lectures and panel discussions, and children’s art programmes and also operates a gift shop and coffee shop.

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Club Kingston-Kingston

World-renowned Jamaican hospitality and charm meet first world innovation at Club Kingston, located in the Main Terminal of the Norman Manley International Airport. Club Kingston takes the needs of the corporate traveler and created a business-oriented setting with state of the art facilities in a hassle-free environment. So turn long waits into productive time by working on important presentations, preparing for your meetings or simply keeping abreast of current affairs with our local periodicals. Club Kingston features a state of the art Digicel conference room with a projector and screen.

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Olympia Gallery

The Olympia Gallery is centrally located in Kingston, housed in the old Olympia residential complex built in the mid-70s by visionary A.D. Scott, whose dream was to create a center for the arts. Forty years later the Scott legacy lives on. The Gallery includes the largest private exhibition space on the island, comprising a spacious octagonal shaped exhibitions area on two floors, canopied by a huge plexi-glass domed roof. The walls are expansive, ideal for displaying large works of art. Every year Olympia Gallery is host to several exhibitions, culminating in the much-anticipated End of Year Show featuring works of over twenty artists.

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Bob Marley Museum-Kingston

The Bob Marley Museum is the former home of the reggae legend. Bob’s home is filled with rich memories and treasured mementos, which seek to preserve the life and accomplishment of this great Jamaican and outstanding musician. Enter the Museum and allow yourself to be enveloped with the sights and sounds of Bob, as you take a guided tour of this Jamaican Heritage Site. The friendly, charming and knowledgeable guides will escort you through the grounds, which include the main house, exhibition hall, theatre, gift shops and the One Love Café. All the original rooms have been kept as they were when Bob lived here to ensure authenticity. The displays include a life-size 3-dimensional hologram of Bob from the One Love Peace Concert in 1978, his Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, his personal recording studio, his bedroom, favourite clothing, a vast array of gold and platinum records received from all around the world, as well as the costumes of his backup singers, the I-Threes. The air-conditioned theatre boasts modern state-of-the-art projection equipment, where live performances of Bob are showcased to each guided tour. The One Love Café serves Marley inspired recipes and juices, and you will find a variety of Bob Marley souvenir items available at the Bob Marley Gift Shop.

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Holywell Recreational Park

Holywell is a world of verdant forests, brimming with life; panoramic vistas and silent clouds. This is relaxation at its purest.Many people make the short drive from Kingston to Holywell to find natural beauty, peace and relaxation, high in the mountains. There are four nature trails here, perfect for hiking, bird watching and generally immersing yourself in the mountain ecosystem. You’ll encounter waterfalls and a rich variety of flora and fauna.

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Devon House-Kingston

Historic site offering tour of Jamaica’s first black millionaire’s mansion with courtyard shops. The island’s famous Devon House I-Scream is headquartered there, serving exotic flavours such as Devon Stout and Guava ice-cream with other traditional flavours.

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Caymanas Golf Club-Kingston

Conceived in the early 1950s, the Caymanas Golf Course opened for play in 1957 and since that time has developed into a magnificent parkland thanks to the tropical climate of Jamaica. Caymanas is now regarded by many to be the finest in Jamaica and ranked amongst the best in the Caribbean. It offers an enjoyable and exacting test for golfers of all abilities. The Caymanas Golf Club features a Pro Shop, Clubhouse, Chipping Green, Driving Range and Golf School.

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