Situated on 11 beautifully landscaped acres in the middle of Jamaica’s bustling capital city, Devon House is the island’s premier heritage and cultural attraction. A favourite of locals and tourists, the site offers the unique experience of historic mansion tours, dining and shopping – all in a beautiful park setting! Craft and Gift shops such as Things Jamaican, with a wide variety of locally produced artisan quality products in media such as wood, textile, ceramics, fine art as well as our famous coffee, sauces, spices and spirits...
Designated Jamaica’s first Gastronomy Centre in 2017 by the Minister of Tourism, it features a variety of restaurants and diverse dining options including traditional Jamaican fare, Jamaican street food staples such as patties, callaloo loaves, potato pudding, plantain tarts, coconut water, sorrel, fusion as well as international cuisine from the Mediterranean and other diverse regions. Dining options range from casual to formal and accommodate every palate and budget.
The beautifully landscaped and expansive grounds are also a major event venue -- home to many fairs, festivals, exhibitions as well as corporate and private events.
Devon House has been recipient of Trip Advisor’s Certificate for Excellence over the past three years and due to the famous Devon House I-Scream, its proprietary brand of ice-cream was notably named as the 4th best place to enjoy ice-cream in the world by National Geographic in their 2011 Food Journeys of a Lifetime publication.
The Devon House Mansion is the architectural dream of Jamaica’s first black millionaire George Stiebel. Stiebel was among three wealthy Jamaicans who constructed elaborate homes during the late 19th century at the corner of Trafalgar Road and Hope Road, which fittingly became known as the Millionaire’s Corner. Daniel Finzi and the Verleys were the other families that resided in the area, however, both homes were eventually demolished to make way for development ventures including the construction of Abbey Court Apartments. Stiebel’s legacy lives on with the beautifully maintained Devon House, which was declared a national monument in 1990 by the Jamaica National Heritage Trust.
Take a walk in history with a Mansion Tour. Each tour also includes a culinary treat and can choose one of the following delicacies:
Sweet Escape: A single scoop of Devon House Ice-cream courtesy of Scoops Unlimited
Patty Lovers: Gourmet beef/chicken or “power” - soy patty courtesy of the Devon House Bakery
Chocolate Delite: 2 pieces plain or filled chocolate courtesy of Chocolate Dreams
Coconut Cooler: A bottle of natural coconut water courtesy of Coco Raw
A Taste of Devon House: Select any three of the treats offered for complete sample Devon House National Monument Devon House Jamaica. Est. 1881As part of the Devon House tour package, guests enjoy a variety of culinary experiences including internationally famous Devon House Ice-Cream, patties and other uniquely Jamaican fare offered by the restaurants on site. After indulging the taste buds, guests will find a great selection of local craft and gift items in the shops and kiosks of the courtyard and lawns. This iconic landmark offers unique and varied cultural, shopping and dining experiences. Within its beautiful grounds are: Devon House Historic Mansion built in 1881 by George Steibel – Jamaica’s first black millionaire and currently operating as a historic house museum offering daily tours.
Devon House Spa
26 Hope Rd, Kingston 10
(876) 929.6602 | / (876) 926.0817
Daily 10:00am – 10:00pm
except Christmas Day and Good Friday
9:30am – 4:30pm
Mondays – Fridays
Unit 22 | Devon House | 26 Hope Rd., Kingston
T: 876-288-4888 | E: email@example.com