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Columbus Park is an open-air historical and archaeological museum, set on 3 acres of Discovery Bay overlooking the ocean. It was named as such because Columbus could not find a source of fresh water close. The museum has recently been remodeled and...more
If you are a person who is interested in history and relics of history, then this is the place for you. It conveys a little part of the Jamaican history. This park has a lot of potentials and just need a little TLC. It has...More
This was an unplanned stop by our guide, on the way to Ocho Rious. This was a nice extra to our daylong trip. It took less than 20 min to walk around while a guide was telling us Jamaican history. Place is run down a...More
This place is one of the most novel things I've ever seen. An outdoor museum charting the very birth of Jamaican history all the way to 19th century.
The very sad thing is that it appears that once the idea came about, that was that...More
It's history from 1494 - Make the stop! You'll find some ancient relics like canons, corn buskers, water system, and original walls and architecture from the 1400's. Great Jamaican photo op, and a view of the ocean that will be worth seeing!
Although there has been much controversy over the accuracy of Columbus' conquests, there is no denying that this park is a beautiful setting with many interesting items to take in - great for photo-ops!