Jamaica's leading artists and craftsmen have a home at Harmony Hall. The building, which was a 19th century Methodist manse, came into Annabella Proudlock's possession in 1980 and she worked with a group of friends to create the perfect locale to display some of the most beautiful pieces of artwork. Visit the building in Ocho Rios, and stop in to view, and perhaps purchase, a unique souvenir.
Their wide range of merchandise includes fine art, self-taught artists, prints, books, unusual handicraft, ceramics, and more. Their best selling item is the hand-made cedar "Annabella" boxes depicting Jamaican scenes. Harmony Hall sells all of their original paintings by local artists with their certificates of authenticity and a brief biography of the artist. Over 100 artists and their works are represented.
Harmony Hall is located in Tower Isle, a village in the vicinity of Ocho Rios; it is to the east of Ocho Rios.
Other than Harmony Hall, the shopping options in this area are limited.
If you are fending off some hunger after you finish shopping, there happens to be at least a few restaurant options nearby. If you're looking for Caribbean type cuisine, then the best choice may be. However, if instead you are thinking about Jamaican, head over to .
The gallery is generally closed from the beginning of September until the middle of October. If you are planning on visiting near this time, make sure to call ahead first. Harmony Hall is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Harmony Hall accepts most major credit cards.
Location: Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Phone: (876) 975-4222
Secondary Phone: (876) 974-2870
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