Putting together an itinerary for seeing all the best sights this vacation? Perhaps you've got a few hours to kill between business meetings, and want to know the best stuff to see. Either way, our 10Best list should have you covered. While there are always great things to experience, there are typically things you wish you would have passed on as well. Rose Hall Great House located in the Montego Bay area is among our top picks for sightseeing in Jamaica.

Bellefield Great House & Gardens


Once an immense sugar plantation, the Barnett Estate is one of the finest examples of Old World colonialism in Jamaica. Today, the plantation is a valuable resource for sharing Jamaica's unique spirit via local perspectives on subjects like...  Read More

Montego Bay
Belvedere Estate


Built in the early 1800s, the Belvedere Estate has a long history of prosperity and destruction. It was one of the area's largest sugar producers for decades but became one of the first casualties of the 1831 Christmas Rebellion, leaving ruins...  Read More



Perhaps the most famous great house in the country, Rose Hall has a history fraught with tragedy and mystery. One-time owner Annie Palmer, better known as "The White Witch," supposedly helped hasten the death of three husbands and one plantation...  Read More

Rocklands Feeding Station


The Rocklands Feeding Station in Anchovy is well worth the short drive for birdwatchers who want to get a glimpse of some of the area's distinctive wildlife. For over 50 years, birds from the region have held afternoon feasts at this sanctuary,...  Read More

Greenwood Great House


Built between 1780 and 1800, the Greenwood Great House contains perhaps the finest example of antiques in the Montego Bay area. Owners Bob and Ann Betton go out of their way to explain the antique furniture, oil paintings, and musical...  Read More