Devon House Tours

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Devon House
In the capital of Kingston, the 19th-century Devon House mansion is not only unique on the island, but also throughout the Caribbean, as it was the home of George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire, offering a rare glimpse of West Indian high society. When you visit the Georgian-style home, you can explore rooms furnished with 19th-century Jamaican and Caribbean antiques, along with original features like the English chandelier bought by Stiebel that still hangs in the ballroom. Today, the house sits on 11 acres of gardens within the city, and the surrounding buildings, including the stables and the kitchen, have been repurposed into shops, art boutiques and cafés. Don’t forget to stop in the courtyard, where you can find a sweet treat at the original location of the now-popular island chain Devon House I Scream.

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The Devon House sits on Hope Road in the Uptown area of Kingston, about a half-mile west of the Bob Marley Museum. The house is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission costs $7 and includes a guided tour. It’s free to explore the grounds and shops.
Address: Hope Road, Kingston, Jamaica
Admission: $7
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