Ras Natango Gallery and Garden has always had a special, unique atmosphere. In 1988, Ian Williams (Ras Natango) purchased the land that would later hold Ahhh... solely for the view. After years of pursuing his art, the land was terraced and a gallery built upon it.
Aquasol Theme Park is a large amusement park on the ocean at Montego Bay. With go-kart racing, watersports and a white-sand beach, this is the perfect destination for families with young kids. Relax on a lounge chair by the water, use the professional tennis courts, or burn some energy on a kayak or jet ski.
Creek Dome - Corner of Creek Street and Dome Street, Downtown Montego Bay. The brick and stone castle-like structure at the top of Creek Street in downtown is "Creek Dome". Creek Dome was built in 1836 to guard the spring which feeds Bay Creek - the only source of water for Montego Bay at the time.
Doctor's Cave is one of the most visited beaches in Montego Bay. But it does charge an entry fee, which can serve as a deterrent for some. Many, however, are willing to fork over the dollars to enter Doctor's Cave, play in the quiet waves and have ready access to the available water sports, changing rooms and beach bars.
We are the premier supplier of butterflies for wedding butterfly releases in Jamaica. Fruit Hill Butterflies provides hand-reared and socialized butterflies for wedding butterfly releases. Our beautiful butterflies enhance our local Jamaican eco-system, linger for photographs and are a perfect complement to destination weddings.
Great River Bay guests seeking other opportunities for exploration might want to consider going to Montego Bay, since it's close-by and is a particularly bustling part of Jamaica. From the coast, Montego Bay is just up the road, maybe four and a half miles (seven and a half kilometers).
If Jamaica were an actor she would have appeared in more than one hundred and forty-one movies. The Jamaica Land of Film tour has been developed from extensive research by author Peter Polack whose book, Jamaica Land of Film, will be published by Cambridge Publishing in 2017.
Hall, Maxwell, Barrister -at-Law; Government Meteorologist. born Cheltenham, England in 1845. son of John Hall and Charlotte Hall, formerly of “Mollance,” in the stewartry of Kirkenbright, Scotland. entered King's College, London 1866; and Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1867; graduated B.A., 1871, taking M.A. degree three years later.
Home > Destinations > St. James > Montego Bay > Civic Centre Montego Bay Civic Centre - Sam Sharpe Square, Downtown Tel: 1 876 952-5500 (St. James Parish Council) The Montego Bay Civic Centre stands on the south face of Sam Sharpe Square, on the site of the historic Montego Bay Court House.
Rose Hall Spillway, Montego Bay: Jamaica Engraving from James Hakewill's A Picturesque Tour of the island of Jamaica, from drawings made in the years 1820 and 1821 (1825) Rose Hall is widely regarded to be a visually impressive house and the most famous in Jamaica.
Montego Bay was officially named the second city of Jamaica, behind Kingston, in 1981, although Montego Bay became a city in 1980 through an act of the Jamaican Parliament. The parish is the birthplace of the Right Excellent Samuel Sharpe (died 1833), one of Jamaica's seven National Heroes.
The hotel is easy access to the sandy beach in Montego Bay. There are 430 luxury rooms appointed with an in-room safe, central heating, wireless internet, an iron with ironing board and hi-fi. Sunset Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive offers rooms with the sea view.
Though a gaming lounge at the core, the easy chill of Treasure Hunt makes it appeal to those just looking for a night out on the town.” – Our Jamaica Magazine, 2017 “…the vibe is upbeat, the food tasty and the bar premium…there’s something for every kind of gamer.