Columbus Park

Museum in Discovery Bay

An open-air roadside museum atop the bluff on the west side of the bay, this park features anchors, cannons, nautical bells, sugar-boiling coppers and an old waterwheel, as well as a diminutive locomotive once used to haul sugar at Innswood Estate. Nearby are remains of Quadrant Wharf, built in 1777 by the British, with a mural commemorating Columbus’ landing. There's a branch of Scotchies selling jerk here, making a popular stop for tour coaches running between Mobay and Ochi.