Statues & Other Memorials
Across the island a number of statues, cenotaphs and markers have been erected to pay homage to significant individuals or to mark important moments in the history of Jamaica.
- Monument to the Rt. Excellent Sir Alexander Bustamante - was designed by Errol Alberga and was completed in October 1979.
- Monument to the Most Honourable Michael Manley - was designed by Mark and Susan Taylor and was dedicated on March 15, 2002.
- Monument to the Most Honourable Sir Donald Sangster - was designed by Mostyn F. Campbell and was completed in 1968.
- Monument to the Rt. Excellent George William Gordon & the Rt. Excellent Paul Bogle - emerged as defenders of the rights of the poor and oppressed in the Post Emancipation era.
- Monument to the Rt. Excellent Marcus Garvey - was designed by the Government Town Planner, G. C. Hodges in 1964.
- Monument to the Rt. Excellent Nanny - was designed by Compass Workshop Limited and was dedicated on October 14, 1999.
- Monument to the Rt. Excellent Norman Manley - was designed by H. D. Repole and was dedicated on September 16, 1972.
- Monument to the Rt. Excellent Samuel Sharpe - was designed by Compass Workshop Ltd.
- Negro Aroused - the original sculpture was created in 1935, by Edna Manley and was first exhibited in 1937.
- Rio Nuevo Battle Site - the site of the final pitched battle between British and Spanish forces to determine possession of Jamaica.
- Sam Sharpe Square - formerly Charles Square and renamed in 1976 in honour of national hero Sam Sharpe who was from Montego Bay.