Kingston Points of Interest and Places to Visit


Trench Town

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

The Trench Town neighborhood of Kingston is most famous as the origin of reggae legend Bob Marley, who grew up here as a kid, and continued living here as a singer and songwriter. But the low-income ...  Read more

Bob Marley Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 28 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Jamaica’s most famous son is Reggae musician Bob Marley, who came from the island’s capital of Kingston. And in the uptown part of the city, the Bob Marley Museum, which occupies the singer’s former ...  Read more

Club Kingston Airport Lounge

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The Club Kingston Airport Lounge at Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport gives passengers access to numerous lounge facilities on arrival and departure. This uniquely Jamaican first-class ...  Read more

Port Royal

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

In the late 1600s, Jamaica’s Port Royal was second only to Boston as the largest European city in the New World, but it also had a reputation as the “most wicked and sinful city in the world,” a hot ...  Read more

Emancipation Park

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Take a break from the hustle of Kingston with a visit to Emancipation Park, a seven-acre swath of green space in the New Kingston area of the Jamaican capital. It’s a popular spot for local to have ...  Read more

Fort Charles

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Originally built as Fort Cromwell in the mid-1650s, Fort Charles was one of the few structures that survived the 1692 earthquake that sent much of Port Royal into the sea. Reconstructed after the ...  Read more

National Gallery

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Jamaica’s National Gallery is the biggest and oldest public art museum in the British Caribbean. Opened in 1974, the gallery features an impressive collection of Jamaican art. Visitors explore the ...  Read more

National Heroes Park

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Kingston’s largest green space is National Heroes Park, a 50-acre former horse track that now features monuments to important figures from Jamaican history. Among them are monuments and tombs to ...  Read more

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