Attractions

Historic Building in Mandeville

Marshall’s Pen

One of the most impressive historical sights in the central highlands, the 18th-century Marshall’s Pen great house has a story that manages to encapsulate the sweep of Jamaican history from Taíno times through colon…
Square in Mandeville

Cecil Charlton Park

This tiny, attractive, English-style ‘green’, also known as Mandeville Sq, lends a slight Cotswoldian village feel to the town center. In the middle of the park, the three colored towers of the water-rockery feature…
Gardens in Mandeville

Mrs Stephenson’s Garden

Elaine Stephenson is testament to the fact that any individual who cares enough to can carve out their own plot of Eden. Her award-winning garden has been planned and planted with much love and discipline. Keen amat…
Notable Building in Mandeville

Mandeville Courthouse

Opposite Cecil Charlton Park is the Mandeville Courthouse, the oldest building in Mandeville town center. Built by slaves in 1817 out of cut limestone, the edifice is fronted by a horseshoe staircase and raised port…
Church in Mandeville

St Mark’s Anglican Church

St Mark’s Anglican Church, on the south side of Cecil Charlton Park, was established in 1816. There’s a lot of gothic accents, which makes it stand out from other Jamaican churches built around the same period. The …