Kingston, Jamaica - Kingston Heritage Sites

Kingston Heritage Sites

Kingston has 32 heritage sites declared by Jamaica's National Heritage Trust:

  • Scot's Kirk Church
  • Coke Methodist Church
  • East Queen Street Baptist Church
  • Holy Trinity Cathedral
  • Kingston Parish Church
  • St. Peter's Church
  • Wesley Methodist Church
  • Fort Charles
  • Port Royal Forts
  • Port Royal
  • Rockfort Spa
  • Admiralty Houses
  • Gordon House
  • Hibbert House /Headquarters House
  • Institute of Jamaica
  • Liberty Hall
  • Ward Theatre
  • National Heroes Park
  • St. William Grant Park
  • Port Royal Terrestrial Archaeology
  • Port Royal Underwater Archaeology
  • Tower Street - General Penitentiary
  • Kingston Railway Station
  • Monument to the Rt. Excellent Sir Alexander Bustamante
  • Monument to the Most Honourable Michael Manley
  • Monument to the Most Honourable Sir Donald Sangster
  • Monument to the Rt. Excellent George William Gordon & the Rt. Excellent Paul Bogle
  • Monument to the Rt. Excellent Marcus Garvey
  • Monument to the Rt. Excellent Nanny
  • Monument to the Rt. Excellent Norman Manley
  • Monument to the Rt. Excellent Samuel Sharpe
  • Negro Aroused

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