Hanover Heritage Sites

Welcome to the JNHT Hanover Heritage Sites.

  • Fort Charlotte - was built in the mid 18th Century by the British for the defence of the North North Westerly
  • Tryall Great House - on the main road between Hopewell and Sandy Bay
  • Blenheim - a small rural hilly district in Hanover, is the birthplace of Sir Alexander Bustamante
  • Kenilworth Ruins - amongst the most impressive of 18th Century industrial buildings in Jamaica
  • Lucea Town Hall - The Lucea Town Hall and Clock Tower is an important visual object that has acquired for the community a special sentimental value.
  • Hanover Parish Church - In the long history of the Hanover Parish Church, two priests are remembered for their stance for justice



Ever since the capture of Jamaica by the English from the Spanish in 1655, the need for fortification became immediate because of the...



The Morant Bay Courthouse, which was destroyed by fire on Monday, February 19, 2007, is an important part of St. Thomas's history.



Built in 1885 of masonry and timber, the Simms building exhibits a combination of Gothic and Georgian features; the projecting...