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In Kingston alone there are 27 declared national monuments, 15 in St. Andrew and 13 national monuments in the neighbouring parish of St. Catherine. When next you are in Kingston we invite you to visit any of the following sites in the city.

Downtown Kingston Walking Tour which covers a distance of 2.5 km or 1.5 miles boasts the following historic buildings and monuments.Downtown Kingston offers an interesting blend of architecture, from the neo-classical splendour of the Ward Theatre to the quaint 19th century Georgian homes that line the streets of the city.

National Heroes Park
King Street
The Supreme Court
George William Gordon House
The Gleaner Company
The Jewish Synagogue
The Manley Statue
Headquarters House
Coke Methodist Church
The Ward Theatre
St. William Grant Park
Kingston Parish Church
The Bustamante Statue
The IOJ/National Library of Jamaica
The African Caribbean Institute
Bank of Jamaica (Money Museum)
‘Negro Aroused Statue’
National Gallery of Jamaica
Coke Methodist Church was named after Dr. Thomas Coke, founder of the Methodist Mission in the West Indies, The Church located in downtown Kingston was built in 1840 on the site of the first Methodist Chapel built in Jamaica.
Edna Manley's 1938 "Negro Aroused" statue is a popular landmark at Kingston's Waterfront. The statue depicts a crouched man breaking free from bondage.
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