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Rose Hall Great House and Shopping

Montego Bay Jamaica

Overview

Explore the beautifully restored Rose Hall Great House once the home of the legendary Annie Palmer, the "White Witch of Rose Hall" who was the owner of 2000 slaves and a vast sugar cane plantation in the 18th century. Accompany your guide on a tour through the most famous great house in Jamaica and witness the stunning Georgian architecture with furnishings dating back to this era. The tour includes captivating and chilling stories of love, murder and mystery skillfully told by the knowledgeable guides. You’re sure to feel goose bumps as these eerie tales come to life in this grand estate, where ghost sightings have been reported over the years. Then it’s time to discover the very best that Jamaica has to offer in the way of gifts and excellent duty-free deals as you head to over to Shoppes at Rose Hall. You'll be certain to find that perfect souvenir to take back as a treat for friends or as a priceless memento of your vacation.

 

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS    

  • Enjoy a guided tour of Rose Hall Great House
  • Hear chilling stories about former resident Annie Palmer
  • See the beautifully restored 18th century decor and antiques
  • Visit Shoppes at Rose Hall  for duty-free shopping

 

Important Information

  • Confirmation will be sent within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability and minimum tour requirements
  • Tour duration is not inclusive of travel time to tour location
  • All tours are weather permitting
  • Age & Weight restrictions may apply
  • Need More Information? Check our FAQs and Terms of Usage

 

2:30 hours approx.

Minimum Age: 2 year(s)

Days of Operation & Tour Time(s):

  • Monday:10:00 AM, 02:00 PM

  • Tuesday:Closed

  • Wednesday:10:00 AM, 02:00 PM

  • Thursday:Closed

  • Friday:10:00 AM, 02:00 PM

  • Saturday:Closed

  • Sunday:Closed

What to Bring:

  • Cash

Additional Information

  • Not accessible for the physically challenged
  • Not handicapped accessible