St Ann’s Bay attractions

Top Choice Historic Site in St Ann’s Bay

Seville Great House

This historical park overlooking the sea, less than 1km west of present-day St Ann’s, marks the site of the first Spanish capital on the island – Sevilla la Nueva – and one of the first Spanish settlements in the Ne…
Monument in St Ann’s Bay

Marcus Garvey Statue

The grassy forecourt of the parish library on King St is dominated by the Marcus Garvey Statue, with the hero portrayed larger than life in gray bronze. Behind him, the town library walls carry his immortal quote 'W…
Historic Building in St Ann’s Bay


At the corner of Market St is the courthouse, erected in elegant cut limestone and red brick in 1866, with a pedimented porch bearing the scales of justice.
Church in St Ann’s Bay

Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Up the hill from the Columbus Monument is the exquisite Catholic church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, built in contemporary Spanish design by an Irish priest in 1939 with stones recovered from the ruins of Sevilla …
Monument in St Ann’s Bay

Columbus Monument

At the far west end of Main St, at the forgotten end of town, stands the Columbus Monument, topped by a bronze figure of the explorer dolled up as a Spanish grandee.
Market in St Ann’s Bay


St Ann's Bay market gets busy on Fridays and Saturdays.
Landmark in St Ann’s Bay

St Ann's Bay Baptist Church

Baptist church, built in grand style in 1827.