Get acquainted with the rich history of Devon House, then indulge in a cool ice cream treat, during this tour from Kingston. Explore the 19th-century mansion belonging to Jamaica's first millionaire of African descent, which has been painstakingly preserved. Head to the on-site ice cream bar for a sweet surprise before returning to your Kingston hotel for drop-off.
Tour of historic Devon House
Sweet treat in the onsite Ice Cream Shop
Learn about the National Monument, built by Jamaica's first millionaire of African descent
Following pickup at your Kingston hotel, travel a short way to one of the city's most popular landmarks, the Devon House Mansion. Upon arrival, embark on a tour of the 19th-century home, built by Jamaica's first millionaire of African descent, George Stiebel. The home stands in what was once known as Millionaire's Corner, and is the only well-preserved mansion left standing. Declared a National Monument in 1990, the home is extraordinarily well-preserved and is furnished with period details and decorations. During your tour, you'll learn about the property's history and the life and riches of Stiebel himself. After your guided tour, you can explore the craft shop, gift shop, bakery, bar and restaurant. Visit the ice cream parlor for a sweet treat to finish up your tour before drop-off back at your Kingston hotel.