Go to the time where quaint wooden houses lined the streets, where village carpenters hand crafted custom furniture, and tavern keepers warmly greeted town guests. Falmouth Jamaica is often compared with Colonial Williamsburg, but this particular historic town comes with an advantage – the beautiful Caribbean Sun. You’ll enjoy timeless experiences as well as interesting historical tidbits to share with friends, like this one:
Falmouth received piped water before New York City. The town of Falmouth certainly contains the largest collection of Georgian style buildings in the country. Learn more about Falmouth
Take a tour to the underground caverns of the Green Grotto Cave which is surrounded by thick vegetation and supplied with pristine waters flowing from its secret depths. Rich in history, it can be identified with diverse groups of people including its first inhabitants, the Arawak Indians (Tainos) who used the caves for various purposes.