The final addition to historic Spanish town, the court house was finished in 1819. It served a dual purpose as the center of judicial action in the town, as well as being the town hall too. The building that stands today though is a recreation, as the original was destroyed in 1986 by a fire.
Spanish Town is a good option for those wishing to visit Old Court House, since travelers to this part of Jamaica will have easy access to this historic attraction for the duration of their trip. There are a suitable number of hotels in the area within the vicinity of Old Court House.
|Hotel||0.3 mi. (0.9 km)||NNW|
|Harlem Resort||Hotel||4.8 mi. (7.5 km)||E|
|Hotel Casanova||Hotel||5.4 mi. (8.2 km)||SE|
|Hotel||6.3 mi. (9.4 km)||ESE|
This historical site is in a valuable location for guests wanting to pick from various dining possibilities in the vicinity. The most proximate restaurant is Cecil's Restaurant and where you and your party should be sure to test out Italian meals and enjoy the Jamaica scene., a wonderful restaurant to fill up at on your way to visiting Old Court House. Also close-by, you and your group will have eateries like
Location: King Street, Spanish Town, Jamaica
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