1 | Christelle's Gaming
This gambling arcade is located at 184 Constant Spring Road, and is north of Kingston.
2 | Constant Spring Golf Club
The course offers some pleasant views of Jamaica's mountainous interior. The breathtaking tee shot on the 13th is one of the highlights, but the hole is also one of the trickiest. Playing downhill, you'll be tempted to go for the green, but the slightest inaccuracy will leave you in unreachable rough.
Found at 152 C Spring Road, this golf course is located 0.4 miles (0.7 km) from Christelle's Gaming.
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1 | National Heroes Park
Travel less than a mile (a kilometer and a half) to the north from the center of downtown Kingston to find this park.
2 | Emmett Park
From National Heroes Park, go a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) to the southeast to get to this park.
3 | Sabina Park
This park is toward the middle of Kingston, a couple hundred yards (a few hundred meters) from Emmett Park.
1 | Jamaica National Gallery
If you're looking for the largest public art gallery in the Caribbean, you're in the right place. With a focus on local and regional artists, there is much to see in this gallery.
Found at 12 Ocean Boulevard, this art museum is located a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) to the south west of the center of downtown Kingston.
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2 | Saint William Grant Park
You can find this park north of National Gallery of Jamaica.
3 | Bank of Jamaica Money Museum
View the history of Jamaica as told through its driving force: money. From the first penny ever spent on the island, to the money of the day, the history of the island unfolds through the telling of how money influenced it all.
Make your way south-southeast for a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) from Saint William Grant Park to reach this museum, which is located on the ocean.
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1 | Rockfort Mineral Spa
One of the oldest public facilities on the island, Rockfort Mineral Spa is not a spa as you might imagine a day spa. Instead, it is a natural mineral bath known for its healing properties.
Visitors will be able to find this spa a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) northwest of the center of Harbour View.
Further info is available here.
1 | Port Royal
Immortalized by tales of British Navy-men and stories of pirates, Port Royal was the capital of early Jamaica and the stronghold of the British Empire in the New World. Originally in Spanish possession, the British were able to seize the area take control of this vital site in 1655.
Situated on the ocean, this historical site is located four miles (six kilometers) to the southeast of the center of Portmore.
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1 | Dunrobin Acres Private Park
This park can be found one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) north-northwest of the center of Kingston.
2 | Macau Gaming Lounge
A hip club atmosphere meets with a casino at Macau Gaming Lounge, where you can play the slots between drinking and dancing.
This gambling arcade is located a short distance from Dunrobin Acres Private Park, and is at 28 Lindsay Crescent.
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1 | Bob Marley Museum
Jamaica is known for a great many things, and one of them is the legend of reggae music, Mr. Bob Marley. The Bob Marley Museum is the former home of Marley, and focuses on the man's life and achievements.
This museum is situated at 56 Hope Road, and is one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) to the east-northeast of the center of Kingston.
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2 | Acropolis Barbican
Set in the Loshusan Mall in Kingston, Acropolis is a multi-style gaming facility where you can sit down as well as play a few table games. One thing Acropolis is particularly known for is their promotional nights where you can win extras like more game tokens or a free dinner.
Vacationers can find this casino at 29 East Kings House Road, just 0.5 miles (0.8 km) north of Bob Marley Museum.
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1 | College Green Communtiy Park
Travel east for 2.8 miles (4.5 km) from the center of Kingston to reach this park.
2 | Hope Pastures Park
Situated in the eastern part of Kingston, this park is a few hundred yards (a quarter kilometer) from College Green Communtiy Park.
3 | Hope Gardens
Featuring over 200 acres of land, the Hope Gardens have been serving as a place to escape to in Jamaica for over a century. The finely crafted and designed gardens are not to be missed if exploring the area.
Visitors can find this botanical garden on the eastern outskirts of Kingston, 0.3 miles (0.5 km) from Hope Pastures Park.
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1 | Mandela Park
The center of Kingston is located about a hundred yards (a couple hundred meters) south-southwest of this park.
2 | Monte Carlo Gaming Lounge
10,000 square feet of space makes up the Monte Carlo Gaming Lounge. This locale is one of the most popular bars and casinos in Jamaica.
You can find this grill on the same premises as Terra Nova All Suite Hotel, a short distance away north-northeast of Mandela Park.
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3 | Devon House
Devon House is a unique landmark. On an island filled with historic plantation houses once owned by white slave owners, Devon house was built by Jamaica's first black millionaire, George Stielbel.
Head a quarter mile (a half kilometer) to the southeast from Monte Carlo Gaming Lounge to reach this historical site, which is located at 26 Hope Road.
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1 | Jamaica Pegasus Derby Room
Visitors will be able to find this slot machine arcade on the same premises as Jamaica Pegasus, one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) south west of the center of Kingston.
1 | Emancipation Park
Emancipation Park opened in July 2002 to celebrate the journey that Jamaica has made as a nation from the dark days of slavery to today. Well manicured lawns and vibrant flora give this park a peaceful feel.
Visitors will be able to find this park on the water, only 0.8 miles (1.3 km) from the center of Kingston.
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2 | Treasure Hunt Kingston
One of three Treasure Hunt gaming establishments in Jamaica, this Kingston spot is known for its clear terms, high pay outs, and unique games. In fact, many of the games available at Treasure Hunt establishments cannot be found anywhere else in Jamaica.
This casino can be found a short distance from Emancipation Park, and is at 14-16 Trinidad Terrace.
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1 | Founders Park
The center of Kingston is located three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers) to the west of this park.
1 | Vin Lawrence Park
Go northwest for a mile and a half (two kilometers) from the center of downtown Kingston to reach this park.
2 | Trench Town Yard
Designated a protected site in order to preserve and promote national heritage in 2007, the Trench Town Culture Yard was built by the Jamaican government during the 1940s as subsidized housing for the poor that promoted communal living. It is perhaps best known by tourists as the place where reggae great Bob Marley grew up and the Wailers were formed, but when they arrive to tour the yard, they find a unique look at how the leaders of the island expected their lower class people to live.
This museum is located about a hundred yards (a few hundred meters) from Vin Lawrence Park.
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