Dubbed the birthplace of modern Jamaica, the Seville property was where Christopher Columbus first encountered the Taino Indians on May 5thth 1494.
Today the Heritage Park is a charming 300 acres property that allows you to step back in time to explore the very beginning of Jamaica's history and culture.
The plantation's Great House is now used as a museum which was recently renovated and offers an insightful and informative tour of the period 650AD to late 19th century Jamaica when the Taino Indians, Spanish, English and African inhabited the area.
Suituated just outside the parish capital of St. Ann's Bay, Seville Heritage Park is also an ideal location for special events such as weddings, picnics, graduations, crusades, camping, dinners and meetings.
Daily tours are conducted at competitive prices with group specials and school packages offered.