Family-owned Wassi Art employs more than 50 artists to make its colorful, richly decorated terra-cotta pottery. Free tours are offered, detailing the entire process including clay processing, painting and firing. Po…
Since its 2002 opening, this self-contained entertainment park has changed the face of Ocho Rios. The 2-hectare development claims to resemble a ‘Jamaican coastal village.’ It doesn’t remotely, but you'll still find…
This market features fair-quality ceramics and art, as well as the usual T-shirts with chirpy Jamaican slogans and Rasta tams with fake dreadlocks attached.
A wooden complex with a series of small huts, each with craftspeople selling carved wood, jewellery, T-shirts and other tourist paraphernalia.
Brown's Town is at its most bustling during market days, when the cast-iron Victoria Market overflows with higglers (street vendors).
All the sounds Jamaica can offer – reggae and dancehall CDs, as well as some mento and calypso.
Fresh produce market, with a small craft section and a surprisingly good secondhand book stall.
A simple gallery and studio staffed by Hopeton Cargill, a Port Antonio realist painter. He’s delighted to act as an ambassador for the local art scene.
For all your tacky T-shirt, batik, wooden sculpture and crafts-made-of-coconut-shells needs.
Reggae wear in Rastafari colors, Usain Bolt T-shirts, and a fair selection of reggae music.