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Devon House

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Devon House is a heritage site and one of leading national monument and symbol of cultural diversity of Jamaica. The Devon house was built 127 years ago in the 1881 by the first black millionaire of Jamaica, George Steibel.
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Tips van locals

Peter And Paulette
Peter And Paulette
August 11, 2019
Famous for the Devon House Ice Cream. 26 Hope Road / 3.4 miles.
Garfield
Garfield
July 02, 2019
You have got to try the world famous ice cream or yogurt . If you enjoy spicy food then the curried goat patty is must! Lobster patties also available in season
Dee
Dee
May 10, 2019
You have never had ice cream like this before !!!!!!!
Brian
Brian
April 19, 2019
A Kingston cultural experience is not complete without a stop at the famous Devon House. This residence is over 125 year old and came to fame as the home of the island's first black millionaire. The property now boasts a premium shops including the famous Devon House I-Scream Parlor, Devon House…
Angelina
Angelina
April 14, 2019
Go and check out the Bakery and make sure to try the 'Curried Goat Patties' or 'Lobster Patties'!! Then head on over to the Ice Cream Shop and try the 'Rum Raisin ice cream, Fruit Basket'

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“This park is a great place to go walking, sit and people watch or stay fit and jog on the running path. It was built to honour the Emancipation of our people in 1834. The most remarkable feature at this park is an 11 ft. Bronze Sculpture built by artist Laura Facey of two naked male and female statues sitting atop a water fountain, representative of their triumph of being freed from slavery.”
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Locatie
New Kingston, St. Andrew Parish