Brimmer Hall Plantation
Travelers who explore the 2,000-acre (809-hectare) Brimmer Hall Plantation during a one-hour tour in a tractor-drawn jitney will learn how the sugar cane, coffee, and tropical fruits are harvested. Brimmer Hall boasts lavish antique furnishings and a suit of armor. After the tour, visitors can swim in the pool, enjoy a Jamaican lunch, and shop in the boutique for ceramics, rum, art, handcrafts, rum, and cigars.
Things to Know Before You Go
- The tour is suitable for solo travelers, couples, and families.
- Admission includes a guided tour.
- Reservations should be made three days in advance.
- Remember sun protection and swimwear for taking a dip in the swimming pool.
How to Get There
Brimmer Hall Plantation is about 21 miles (34 kilometers) east of Ocho Rios, in the hills near Bailey’s Vale. The estate is easily accessible by taxi. Parking is available.
When to Get There
The plantation is open weekdays year-round, 9am to 4pm. Come early to avoid the crowds.
Discover Port Maria and St. Mary Parish Make time to visit the town of Port Maria and investigate its history. The second town the Spaniards colonized, Port Maria was once a vibrant seaport. Several historic structures give glimpses into its former prosperous glory, like the elegant St. Mary Courthouse and the limestone St. Mary Parish Church, both of which overlook the palm-fringed waterfront.
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