Tharp House

The Tharp House stands as a reminder of the origins of Falmouth, as well as much of Jamaica. The building was one of the homes John Tharp, the largest land owner and slave owner in region. He used his massive resources to become the owner of an array of Sugar Plantations which made him very wealthy.

Staying Close

Consider staying in Falmouth if you plan on visiting Tharp House, since visitors to this part of Jamaica will have convenient access to the historical site throughout their trip. With only a small number of accommodations around the neighborhood surrounding this historical site, only moderate foot traffic can be predicted.

Hotels near Tharp House
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Fisherman's Inn Hotel -- --
Franklyn D. Resort Resort -- --
Retreat Guesthouse Luxury Suites Guest house -- --
Royalton White Sands Resort -- --

Location and What's Nearby

Those visiting Tharp House will be able to find a modest selection of island pastimes like hitting a few rounds of golf and enjoying water sports not far away. Historic site visitors also hoping to play a round or two of golf will surely enjoy heading over to nearby Cinnamon Hill Course. Sunny hours can also be spent at Half Moon Beach, the nearest beach. On top of that, you will likely find a few more beach and golf opportunities in the surrounding area. Visitors will encounter additional indoor places to visit in the vicinity. If you're hoping to find other things to check out near Tharp House, Davidson House and Falmouth Court House can both be walked to.


Contact Information

Location: Falmouth, Jamaica


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