Tours - Seville Heritage Park

Jamaica National Heritage Trust Tours

Parish: St. Ann

Located on the historic Seville Estate, is the Seville Great House (Plantation House) and Heritage Park. The major attraction of the Park is the collection of the artefacts on display in the Great House which depicts various aspects of the life of the Tainos, Africans and Europeans. On the Park which overlooks the beautiful Caribbean Sea, are the relic of a water wheel used to operate the old sugar mill, the Overseer's House and a barbecue. Seville Heritage Park is an ideal spot for picnics, relaxation, and for the adventurous, there is horseback riding. Guided tours are offered at the Seville Heritage Park.

Contact Information

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 09:00am -05:00pm
  • Tuesday: 09:00am -05:00pm
  • Wednesday: 09:00am -05:00pm
  • Thursday: 09:00am -05:00pm
  • Friday: 09:00am -05:00pm
  • Closed: (Public Holidays)

Admission/ Tour

Our Valued Customers…Due to the Increase in Operating Cost it Has Become Necessary to Increase the Cost of Guided Tours with Effect June 11, 2017
  • Local Adults….. $1000.00
  • Foreign Adults…… US$20.00
  • Local Children…..$500.00
  • Foreign Children ……US$10.00
  • Students (Primary/Secondary)….. $400.00
  • Tertiary Students/Teachers…..$600.00
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