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What makes us, us

Come and see where it all began

From Columbus' discovery of Jamaica to the history of Falmouth and Ian Fleming’s James Bond stories, immerse yourself in what makes us who we are today.

Historical sites

Charles Town International Maroon Conference & Festival

The eighth Charles Town Maroon Conference, June 20 - 24, 2018, brings together indigenous peoples and academics from across the worl... Seville Heritage Park

Journey through the island's cultural heritage with a visit to the Seville Heritage Park, a breathtakingly beautiful and picturesque... Braemar Tours Ltd.

We are a Tour Company who operate Historic Tours of Falmouth, Jamaica. The Company is licensed by the Jamaica Tourist Board.

Bloomfield Great House

Bloomfield Great House is a 200-year-old Georgian-style coffee plantation main house built many years before the town of Mandeville ... Bellefield Great House

Bellefield Great House captures the essence of Jamaica’s plantation-rich history: expansive views, tropical gardens, and an un... Blue & John Crow Mountains National Park

The Blue & John Crow Mountains National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which conserves about 78,000 hectares of tropical r... Lacovia

Lacovia is the longest village in Jamaica, laid out for more than five miles on either side of the South Coast highway and the Black... Liberty Hill Great House

Nestled 1200 feet above sea level, Liberty Hill Great House is a 1740 historical house which boasts a panoramic view of the Caribbea... Mandeville

A harmonious contrast between the old and the new, Manchester’s capital is a booming business centre set amidst rolling hills ... Morant Point

The Morant Point Lighthouse, an unmistakable red and white, 100-foot tall, 18-foot wide cast iron tower, was built in 1841.

Good Hope

Good Hope began in 1774 as a sugar estate and grew into a village to support the workers after emancipation.

Port Maria

"Puerto Santa Maria" of the Spanish, was the second town to be established in Jamaica by the colonizing Spaniards.

Port Royal

One of the oldest and most historic regions of the country, Port Royal has maintained much of its independence as well as its herita... Rio Bueno

Rio Bueno, a small seaside village on the border between the parishes of St Ann and Trelawny, owes its importance, history and livel... Rose Hall Great House

The White Witch awaits you in the great house at Rose Hall. Dead more than a century, Annie Palmer still stirs memories.

Firefly House

The historic home of playwright Noel Coward offers an interesting tour. 


For the architecture or heritage buff, the coastal town of Falmouth in Trelawny is a virtual gold mine. 

Devon House Heritage Site

Sitting on 11 lush acres in the capital city, the stately Devon House mansion was the home of Jamaica’s first black millionair... Rockfort

The ruins at Rockfort on Windward Road in Kingston are passed on a daily basis with relative ease by hundreds...

Runaway Bay

Runaway Bay is certainly one of the most scenic areas in Jamaica.

Greenwood Great House

Greenwood Great House is over 200 years old.


High in the Santa Cruz Mountains lies the sleepy town of Malvern, named after its counterpart in England, which is famous for the Ma...