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.

"Redemption Song," located at the ceremonial entrance of the park is an 11 foot bronze sculpture created by local artist Laura Facey.


Emancipation Park is found in the heart of Kingston.

You can access Emancipation Park via both Oxford Road and Knutsford Boulevard.

Nearby Restaurants

There are plenty of restaurants to select from in the area near this outdoor park. Sweetwood Jerk, which serves Jamaican fare, is also the most convenient option for visitors of this park. Sweetwood Jerk is only about a couple hundred yards away from the outdoor park, so check it out and enjoy a meal. Also close-by, you and your party will come across restaurants like Alexander's and Mingles Pub & Pool Bar where you can eat some American food and experience the Jamaica culture.

Nearby Attractions

Active travelers that enjoy outdoor parks, and are interested in visiting others, should consider going to Mandela Park and National Heroes Park; the first and closest of which is three quarters of a mile to the northwest of this page's attraction. You'll find some additional places of interest in the area, including St. Peter's Church, which is within driving distance in Kingston. Also think about making the trip to Devon House, which is another attraction in the area.

An outdoor park is one type of attraction you can visit, but there's even more to see during your stay. The following list contains attractions that are nearby.

Attractions Near Emancipation Park
Attraction Type Distance Direction Location
St. Peter's Church Historic Site -- -- 1.3 mi. South-Southeast of Kingston
Devon House Historic Site 0.9 mi. (0.9 km) N 0.6 mi. Northeast of Kingston
Bob Marley Museum Museum 1.3 mi. (2.1 km) NNE 1.3 mi. East-Northeast of Kingston
Trench Town Culture Yard Museum Museum 1.8 mi. (3.3 km) SW 2.1 mi. South of Kingston
National Gallery of Jamaica Museum 2.6 mi. (5.1 km) S Downtown Kingston
Bank of Jamaica Money Museum Museum 2.6 mi. (5.2 km) S Downtown Kingston
Hope Gardens -- 3.0 mi. (5.3 km) ENE 3.3 mi. East of Kingston
Struan Castle Garden -- -- -- Stony Hill

More Information


Emancipation Park is open to the public Monday through Thursday from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., and Friday to Sunday from 5:00 a.m. to midnight.

Location: 4 Park Boulevard, Kingston, Jamaica


(876) 926-6312

(876) 968-9292






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