To Do In Montego Bay
Rose Hall Great House
Was once the residence of Jamaica's white
witch, Annie Palmer. She practiced voodoo and had three husbands
all who died under mysterious circumstances. Visitors seeking
mystery, chills and thrills should visit Rose Hall Great House this
grand estate is full of mystery and chills. Legend has it Annie
Palmer was a beautiful seductress who flirted playfully with the hired
help. Your guided tour of the estate includes detailed information
of the mysterious house along with several 18th century artifacts and
antiques. The tour concludes with a visit to the dungeon which
been converted into a tavern. Visitors can walk along the walkways
through the manicured, lush green gardens full of beautiful tropical
flowers and tall palm trees. Where Annie's three husbands are said
to be buried. Rose Hall Great House is one of the most famous
houses in Jamaica built between 1778 thru 1790 by a wealthy British
Planter named John Palmer. This famous house was the subject of
many Gothic mystery novels best known for the White Witch of Rose Hall.
Come for a visit and discover the mysterious life of Annie Palmer.
The Rose Hall Great House is a popular tourist attraction in Montego
Bob Marley Experience
Should be at the top of things to
see while you are visiting Montego Bay. The Bob Marley Experience is
just five miles east of downtown Montego Bay located in The Half
Moon Shopping Village. Bob Marley is a legend within the music
industry as one of the most famous reggae musician in history.
Visitors will enjoy a video documentary of Bob Marley in the
spacious 68-seat theater showing a glimpse into this legend's life
and work the theater is open daily and shows run on the hour.
Bob Marley's album "Legend" has sold over 15 million copies since
his death in 1981 from cancer. This Jamaican legend was born
in Nine Mile, a small rural village in the Parish of St. Ann.
This is where Bob Marley is buried and visitors can visit his
mausoleum and tour his childhood home.