Outameni is a history theme park that seeks to present the story of Jamaica from its first settlers, the Taino, up to the modern day. While the park may be geared more towards children than adults anyone with interest in Jamaican history as Jamaicans tell it should find Outameni to be an interesting experience.
Outameni offers visitors a tour through their exhibits where actors will present different eras of Jamaican history. The live actors bring a different experience to Jamaica's timeline that will entertain most children more than a traditional museum can.
Those wishing to visit Outameni Theme Park may choose to book their trip in Falmouth, since those staying in this region of Jamaica will have easy access to this museum during their time there. The area around the museum remains relatively quiet, especially as there are so few hotels nearby.
|Fisherman's Inn||Hotel||1.9 mi. (3.3 km)||ESE|
|Franklyn D. Resort||Resort||2.8 mi. (4.8 km)||E|
|Retreat Guesthouse Luxury Suites||Guest house||3.1 mi. (5.2 km)||E|
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Folks coming to Outameni Theme Park will be able to enjoy a few options for island pastimes like working on their golf game and doing some beach-going without having to look very hard. Visitors who enjoy trying out their proficiency around the course, can do so at the closest golfing opportunity, which is Cinnamon Hill Course. Lazy hours can also be enjoyed at Half Moon Beach, the most close-by beach. On top of that, your party will have a chance to discover one or two additional outdoor opportunities in the community. Museum visitors will also find a fair number of indoor places to visit in the vicinity. Located only a short distance away are two additional interesting sites nearby you may want to check out--Albert George Market and Davidson House.
The operating hours for the museum aren't readily available, meaning your group's top chance at success is calling beforehand to make sure the attraction is going to be open for business when you and your group intend to head over.
Call ahead for pricing and be sure to ask for specials or talk to a local tourist agent as admission can be as much as $36 per person.
Phone Number: (876) 954-4035
FAX: (876) 954-4036
Location: Coopers Pen, Falmouth, Jamaica
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