This huge red brick building is the repository of Jamaica's cultural, artistic and scientific history, established in 1879 by ... More
Institute of Jamaica
This huge red brick building is the repository of Jamaica's cultural, artistic and scientific history, established in 1879 by former Governor Sir Anthony Musgrave. The Institute's main functions include establishing and maintaining museums and galleries, as well as preserving the island's flora and fauna. Families will enjoy learning about Jamaican culture. The Natural History Gallery is packed full of exotic butterflies, Jamaican seashells, animal specimens, fruits and their seeds, and plants used in Jamaican crafts. The kids can have fun with optical illusions and from visiting the Exhibit Gallery.
The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician's home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring
19th century architecture, was Marley's home until his death in 1981. It was converted into a museum six years ...
As the pirate capital of the New World, Port Royal was labeled as "The wickedest city in Christendom." The bustling
city sank beneath the waves during the earthquake of 1692, but left enough evidence to tell its story. Silent ...
A revered landmark in capital city Kingston, the Pegasus as it is affectionately called, rises seventeen (17) stories high in
the heart of the business and financial district, New Kingston. It is within walking distance from many international offices ...