Built during the 18th century, Brimmer Hall Great House sits on the historic property of a once slave operated plantation.
Furnished with antiques from the era that Brimmer was originally built in, guests cannot overlook the extreme lifestyle the owners of the house lived while profiting from slavery. The tour takes visitors through a living room and modern kitchen, the master bathroom with private study, and three bedrooms. Also located on the property are six former stables that are now shops selling local products.
This single story building is recognizable because of the high ceilings, polished floors, and wide verandah.
Saint Mary Parish is a good option for those wishing to visit Brimmer Hall Estate, since visitors to this region of Jamaica will have easy access to this historic attraction throughout their trip. While the region doesn't see tremendous numbers of tourists, you'll still find at least a few lodgings to choose from.
|Casa Maria Hotel||Hotel||3.5 mi. (20.0 km)||N|
|Robin's Bay Village and Beach Resort||Resort||5.6 mi. (30.8 km)||E|
|Golden Seas Beach Resort||Resort||6.1 mi. (13.8 km)||NW|
|Goldeneye||Resort||6.3 mi. (14.5 km)||NW|
Vacationers hoping to have a little fun in the sun should take advantage of the museum's nearby outdoor perks, such as Sandals Golf and Country Club and Port Maria Beach. Port Maria Beach is two and a half miles from this attraction.
Give the historic site a call before you visit to determine the exact hours of operation.
To find out how much the museum charges, you should call Brimmer Hall Estate ahead of time to find out how much they charge, or if they do at all.
Phone Number: (876) 994-2309 Or (876) 974-2244
Location: Saint Mary Parish, Jamaica
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