Greenwood Great House

Greenwood sits high on a hill five miles east of Rose Hall. The two-story stone-and-timber structure was built about 1760 by Sir Richard Barrett, whose family had arrived in Jamaica in the 1660s and amassed a fortune from their sugar plantation. Unique among local plantation houses, Greenwood survived unscathed during the slave rebellion of Christmas 1831. The house today boasts what it claims "The finest antique museum in the Caribbean".

When:Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
Time(s):09:00 AM
Duration:7 hours
Meeting Place:
Group Size:Maximum of 12 persons per tour guide
Adults USD $0.00
Children under age 15 USD $0.00