When the world needed us we responded without fear, with a sense of duty and responsibility knowing we were honoring and protecting generations that would succeed us.
When the world needed us we responded without fear, with a sense of duty and responsibility knowing we were honouring and protecting generations that would succeed us. This War Memorial was constructed by the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation in 1955 in memory of those volunteers from Kingston & St Andrew who paid with their lives during the Second World War (1939 –1945). These men fought in defense of values we cherish: freedom, human dignity and democracy. In-scripted on the clock are the names of the 50 volunteers. This World War II memorial stands as a symbol of honour, pride and dignity for the role our volunteers from played in defense of universal values during the Second World War.
The grounds of The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus was home to a refugee camp site during World War II.
On the visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Jamaica in 1953, Her Majesty was impressed by the beauty and variety of the botanical collection.
The Rockfort Mineral Bath is one of Jamaica’s top mineral bath and spa with a stress management centre.
The Ward Theatre is the only theatre of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean.
The Kingston Waterfront is rich in history as it was the departure point for the Windrush Generation to England.
This Park houses the Jamaica War Memorial for the fallen Soldiers in World War I and II.