Historical Sites In Jamaica – Part 4



  1. Fort Charlotte – This was built in the mid 18th Century by the British for the defence of the North North Westerly
  2. Tryall Great House – The Tryall Estate is been maintained as a tourist attraction with a golf course, tennis and beach club, but the property still has some 19th century grave stone fragments and sugar works ruins including a huge cast-iron water wheel which still functions, an old cast-iron boiler.
  3. Blenheim – This small, hilly rural district is the birthplace of National Hero, Sir Alexander Bustamante. Blenheim is believed to be named after Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.