Historic Falmouth


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Falmouth is the major city and capital of Trelawny in Jamaica. It happens to be positioned on Jamaica's north coastal area 29 kilometers east of Montego Bay. It is also recognized for being among the Caribbean’s best-preserved Georgian cities. Discovered by Thomas Reid in 1769, Falmouth prospered in the form of a trade centre and port for forty years during the time when Jamaica was the world's number one sugar producer.

It had been named after Falmouth, Cornwall in Britain, the birthplace of Sir William Trelawny the Governor of Jamaica who was a key component in its establishment. The city was scrupulously designed from the very beginning, with broad roads in a consistent grid, a sufficient amount of water supply, and community buildings. It actually had piped water before New York City.





Tours located in Historic Falmouth (6 tours)

Jamaica Swamp Safari


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  • Duration : 3 hours
  • Location : Historic Falmouth , Jamaica

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$40.00

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Greenwood Great House

Greenwood Great House is a must-see for antique lovers and those wanting to experience a slice of 19th Century Jamaica. ...

  • Duration : 4 hours
  • Location : Historic Falmouth , Jamaica

Adult (12+) from USD

$44.00

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Falmouth Highlight

Your tour begins with a scenic drive through the historical town of Falmouth. An informative and fun tour guide will ens...

  • Duration : hour
  • Location : Historic Falmouth , Jamaica

Adult (12+) from USD

$25.00

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Martha Brae Rafting

Meander the six-acre grounds of Martha Brea, take a dip in the village's swimming pool, have a drink or a bite at the re...

  • Duration : 5 hours
  • Location : Historic Falmouth , Jamaica

Adult (12+) from USD

$45.00

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