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Kingston may not be your typical tourist destination, but there a few places of interest that you might not want to miss.
Devon House, built in 1881 by Jamaica’s first black millionaire George Stiebel. lush sprawling lawns provides an ambience. Devon House was also transformed to reflect a museum depicting 19th century Jamaican life including furniture and other artefacts. Daily tours are available.
Port Royal is a historic town of the 17th century, it was a very popular place for sponsored pirates for the English and Dutch to spend their treasure during the 17th century.
Ward Theatres, home of the Pantomime and other local productions. The Ward Theatre was built in 1912 by Charles James Ward, Custos of Kingston, who presented it to the Mayor and Council of the City of Kingston. From 1941 the National Pantomime opened there every December 26.
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Hope Botanical Gardens, Jamaica’s biggest botanical garden. Adjoining the Hope Botanical Gardens is the Hope Zoo which has many animals from several parts of the world. The Hope Botanical Gardens and the Hope Zoo are located on Old Hope Road in the parish of St. Andrew. Ask your hotel for more information.
Emancipation Park, an oasis in Kingston’s business district.  It's an oasis where one can rejuvenate among its lush seven-acre landscape that symbolizes the legendary beauty of the island of Jamaica. Nature lovers can bask in the Park's scenery lined with tropical flowers and trees such as the majestic Royal Palm.
Mico University College Museum, the museum features the growth of education from the pre-emancipation era to the present.
Telephone: 876-929-5260
Rockfort Mineral Bath, located at Long Mountain in East Kingston. Documentary evidence does not provide the exact date for the construction of Rockfort, however there is some evidence that it was constructed around 1694.
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Constant Spring Golf Course was built in 1920, the golf course at the is one of the oldest in Jamaica. The course was originally only a nine-hole course but it was made into an 18-hole course in the 1930's.
Telephone: 876 924 1610
Lime Cay, sun spot off Kingston’s shore, 15 minutes by boat from Port Royal is a small, low-lying island cay with one of the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica. The largest of the many small cays off the coast of Port Royal, Lime Cay is uninhabitable by humans because it is occasionally submerged when the tide comes in. The beaches are open to all who can get there.
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