The official residence of the governor-general, the representative of the Queen of England, King’s House was initially the home of the...
Bob Marley Museum
The large, creaky, colonial-era wooden house on Hope Rd, where Bob Marley lived and recorded from 1975 until his death in 1981, is the...
This beautiful colonial house was built in 1881 by George Stiebel, the first black millionaire in Jamaica. Antique lovers will enjoy the...
Red Bones Blues Café
This could easily become your favorite Kingston spot – it’s a hip open-air bar with cool ambience and great music. There are quality...
Whether you sit in the garden beneath the mango tree or grab a table on the front terrace, you’ll be treated to fine Lebanese and...
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Jamaica House information
About 500m from Devon House on the left, Jamaica House is faced by a columned portico and fronted by expansive lawns. Initially built in 1960 as the residence of the prime minister, the building today houses government offices. The prime minister’s office is located in an unattractive modern building, partially hidden by vegetation, to the left of Jamaica House. Visitors are restricted to peering through the fence.