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It is our pleasure to take you on an intriguing and enlightening discovery of Kingston & St. Andrew, hailed as the Caribbean’s most exciting city, rich in history, culture and energy.

During your tour, our affable, engaging and knowledgeable guide will give you minute-by-minute electrifying coverage on sites seen, as well as commentary on the rich history of the locations you discover. The Jamaican capital’s rich history and culture are on picturesque display, with gorgeous shots aplenty perfectly suited to share with family and friends.

Buckle up, sit back and relax… Enjoy an adventurous sightseeing experience of the city of Kingston that’s guaranteed to leave lasting memories!

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This enjoyable bus ride, led by our super-friendly and knowledgeable tour guide, offers many sights to see that will include:

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The University of the West Indies

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National Heroes Park

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Kingston Harbour

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Bob Marley Museum

The former home-turned-museum of the late international reggae superstar.

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Emancipation Park

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King’s House

Official residence of the Governor General of Jamaica who ceremonially represents the British Monarch.

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Devon House

Home of Jamaica’s first black millionaire George Stiebel, built in 1881, and popular city attraction.

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Jamaica House

The office of Jamaica’s Prime Minister.

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Peter Tosh Museum

Museum honouring the trailblazing reggae star.

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Creative Art Walk District

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The Bob Marley City Tour is a captivating 2-hour experience that takes you on a journey through the vibrant and historic city of Kingston. Led by a trained and professional tour guide, this tour offers a unique perspective on the city’s iconic landmarks, historic sites, and architectural marvels.

During the first hour of the tour, you will be immersed in the picturesque scenes that showcase the evolution of the city over the centuries. Some of the notable sites include Emancipation Park, the National Heroes Park, the National Art Gallery, and the Kingston Creative Art-Walk Murals , among others. Your knowledgeable tour guide will provide fascinating insights into the significance and history of these landmarks, allowing you to see the city through a new lens.

In the second half of the tour, you will have the opportunity to visit the legendary Bob Marley Museum. This iconic attraction offers a glimpse into the life and legacy of the renowned reggae musician. Learn about the journey that took Bob Marley from humble beginnings to becoming a global icon and even a hero to some.

Immerse yourself in his world and gain a deeper understanding of his impact on music, culture, and society. The Bob Marley City Tour is not just a sightseeing experience, but a chance to connect with the rich cultural heritage of Kingston and the influential figures that have shaped its identity.

Whether you are a music enthusiast, history buff, or simply curious about the city’s past, this combo tour promises an unforgettable and enlightening adventure.

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The Devon House City Tour is a captivating 2-hour experience that takes you on a journey through the vibrant and historic city of Kingston. Led by a trained and professional tour guide, this tour offers a unique perspective on the city’s iconic landmarks, historic sites, and architectural marvels.

In the second half of the tour, you will have the opportunity to visit the Devon House – a jewel of Jamaican heritage. Devon House, built in 1881, holds a special place in Jamaica’s history. It was the residence of George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire, and today, it’s a treasured city attraction. The mansion is a blend of Georgian architecture and Jamaican charm, showcasing the opulence of a bygone era. With its captivating architecture and lush gardens, it’s a window into the past and an exquisite destination to explore.

The Devon House City Tour is not just a sightseeing experience but a chance to connect with the rich cultural heritage of Kingston, peruse the crafts of local artisans, and perhaps enjoy a tasty treat at the bakery or the world famous Devon House Ice-Cream.

Whether you are a history buff, or simply curious about the city’s past, This combo tour promises an unforgettable and enlightening adventure.

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Sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenic drive from Kingston to Dunn’s River Falls exploring the picturesque Jamaican countryside, soaking in the beauty of the island along the way.

Book the Kingston City Dunn’s River Tour & experience an exhilarating journey as we Transport you in comfort from Kingston to the iconic Dunn’s River Falls. This natural wonder will leave you in awe. Trained professionals experienced guides will ensure that every step of your tour is filled with excitement, fun, and safety.

As you arrive at Dunn’s River Falls, prepare to be mesmerized by the breathtaking beauty of cascading waterfalls, lush greenery, and the refreshing sounds of nature. You’ll have the opportunity to climb the terraced steps of the falls, hand-in-hand with fellow adventurers.

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Kingston Trolley Tours takes you on an in-depth tour of Kingston's historic downtown and waterfront, stopping at the city's most well-known visitor destinations including Fort Henry, the Penitentiary Museum, and Queen’s University campus. You can hop off at any stop, stay for as long as you like, then hop back on and continue your tour.

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Step in to the life of Sir John A Macdonald at the restored home of Canada’s first Prime Minister, or take a short walk to the waterfront to visit The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts and The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning. ...

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The Trolley stops in historic Portsmouth Village, overlooking the Olympic harbor and the limestone walls of Kingston Penitentary. Take a walk through the village, or explore Canada’s Penitentiary museum. ...

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Founded in 1841, Queen’s is among Canada’s most prestigious schools for study in medicine, engineering, and the arts. ...

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When planning an Ontario staycation, Kingston should definitely be on your list. Located just three hours from both Toronto and Montreal , a mere 90 minutes from Ottawa , and conveniently located on Highway 401, Kingston, Ontario has everything you could possibly hope for in a staycation. The former capital city of Canada is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, five national historic sites, four Rembrandt paintings, and more restaurants per capita than most cities in Canada. Kingston has something for everyone.

Kingston Itinerary – 3 Perfect Days

We’ve put together the ultimate itinerary to help you plan your trip to Kingston. If you are looking to make the most of the long weekend, follow this guide and create the perfect weekend getaway in Ontario . For more information on Kingston Travel, visit the Kingston Tourism Website.

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Where to Stay in Kingston

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Secret Garden Inn is a beautiful boutique manor home. It is such an iconic Victorian Inn that they even mention it on the Kingston trolley tour! Located within walking distance from the waterfront, Princess Street, and many of Kingston’s top attractions it is a great choice to stay and the breakfasts are delicious. Visit their website for reservations and availability.

Day 1 Kingston – Downtown

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Day one of Kingston is all about being introduced to Kingston’s top attractions. Make your way downtown to explore the highlights of the city and get acquainted with the history and top attractions in Kingston.

Trolley Tour

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Start your trip on the Kingston Trolley tour. This one-hour guided tour starts in historic downtown Kingston and takes you on a journey through Kingston’s history its top attractions. Your entertaining guide keeps the trip moving along as they offer information about the city’s history and insider tips. The tour makes stops at different points of interest around Kingston including Fort Henry, the Kingston Pen, The shopping district and Queen’s University. The Kingston Trolley Tour provides the perfect introduction to the city. Visit the City Trolley Tours to get your tickets – $28 for a one-hour guided tour

Kingston Visitor Information Centre

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At the end of your tour the Trolley lets you off at the Kingston Visitor Information Centre in front of City Hall and at Confederation Park. This is the perfect place to explore next. From the Kingston Trolley, you can pop into the visitor centre to get information about the attractions that interest you the most. Here are some of our suggestions for sights to fill in your first day in Kingston. You can find more information on things to do in Kingston at the Visitors Center website .

Engine 1051

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Grab a snapshot in front of the Kingston Sign and then walk behind it to check out Engine 1051. Engine 1051 has been resting at this location for 40 years reminding visitors and residents that this area was once a bustling train yard. It’s beautifully restored and makes for one of best photo opportunities in Kingston.

Confederation Park

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From here, you can take a stroll along the waterfront for different views of City Hall, the waterfront, and the fountain. As you make your way down to the yacht club, make sure to keep an eye out for the Martello Tower that stands in the center of the Marina. This is one of six Martello Towers in Kingston. You can’t tour this one, but there are others that you can go inside. The Murney Tower is a 15-minute walk from Confederation Park along the waterfront, and Fort Frederick Tower, which is free to visit, is located the Royal Military College.

Spend as long as you like exploring the waterfront, it is 8km long with many places to see including the Marine Museum and the PumpHouse Museum. Don’t forget to stop to take in the beautiful waterfront views.

Lunch on the Patio at Olivea Fine Dining

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Now that you have worked up an appetite, grab lunch on a patio on Brock Street. Located just a two-minute walk from the Visitor Information Centre, Olivea Fine Dining has excellent Italian cuisine. In fact, each year the staff travels to Italy to immerse in the Italian culture for inspiration and information on the Italian cuisine and recipes. The food is delicious and it is located across the street from City Hall and the square which is home to Canada’s oldest public market. Make reservations at Olivea Fine Dining.

Springer Market Square

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This square feels like you have stepped back in time as it is surrounded by historic buildings. The architecture is so authentic, it has been used in movies and TV shows that are set in the 1700s and 1800s. Most recently Murdoch Mysteries filmed one of their episodes in the square. 

Explore Kingston’s Historic Downtown

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To work off some of that food, it is time to explore downtown Kingston. There is so much more to the city than just Princess and Ontario Streets. Start at Kingston City Hall. This National Historic Site is a beautiful 19th-century Neo-classical building that is the centrepiece of Kingston’s skyline. You can book tours to go inside.

Kingston’s Alleyways

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From here it’s time to explore two iconic alleyways in Kingston. Walk just two minutes around the corner and you’ll find Rocheleau Court. It has restaurants, shops, and courtyards that are simply gorgeous. Plus, here you’ll find one of Kingston’s most popular restaurants, Chez Piggy. This back alley is a lovely stroll through a maze of courtyards, patios, restaurants, and shops.

Martello Alley

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Another must-visit alley in Kingston is Martello Alley. Located on Wellington Street this short walk from Rocheleau Court takes you to Martello Alley. This historic alley is one of Kingston’s hidden gems. The colourful courtyard is filled with original artwork created by a community of artists. The alley was inspired by La Rue du Trésor in Québec City and the staff is friendly and welcoming. Go inside and grab a piece of memorabilia and say hello to the artists. See what’s going on in Martello Alley

Walking Tour with Arthur Milnes

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A walking tour with Arthur Milnes is one of the most unique things to do in Kingston and is a great way to spend an hour before dinner. Meeting at the Visitor Information Centre, this tour takes you from the waterfront through downtown. Arthur is a local historian who shares many personal stories from life in the city. Taking a tour with him will give you insider tips of where to eat and what to do but it is the personal stories that we enjoyed most. Arthur hosted President Jimmy Carter at his house when he visited Kingston to receive an award. He was also a speechwriter for Prime Minister Harper so he has plenty of stories to tell. Visit Arthur Milnes Walking Tours to book a tour.

Dinner at Wooden Heads

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There are so many places to eat in Kingston, it can be overwhelming to choose. Arthur Milnes has some great suggestions, but if you want one of ours, we loved the atmosphere and food at Wooden Heads. Wooden Heads is known for its gourmet wood oven pizzas and we can attest that it was delicious. But they also have pasta and Italian food on the menu as well to suit anyone’s taste. See their website for reservations.

Drinks at Musiikki Cafe & Whiskey Bar

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No trip to Kingston would be complete without going to see live music and Musiikii Cafe & Whiskey Bar has a fantastic atmosphere and exceptional cocktails. The backyard outdoor setting is a relaxing venue to listen to local artists. What sets Musiikki apart is its selection of whiskeys. From scotch and bourbon to Canadian Rye, you must try one of their whiskey cocktails, but we warned, they can be pricey.

Visit the Musiikii Cafe website for the music lineup and menu. It is also a fair-trade coffee shop during the day.

Day 2 in Kingston – Art and Academics

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After a delicious breakfast at the Secret Garden Inn, it’s time to set out for day two of your Kingston itinerary. You can walk to everything, but if you want to make the most of your time, you can call an uber, or chances are you are probably on a road trip, so hop in your car and head to Queen’s University campus.

Queen’s University Campus

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Today is a beautiful day to explore Kingston’s historic architecture. There is no better place to stroll through the historic buildings of Kingston than Queen’s University dating back to 1831.

Agnes Etherington Art Centre

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While you are walking through the campus, be sure to stop at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre to see four of Rembrandt’s works of art. This art gallery is free to visit (donations welcome) and was one of our favorite places to visit in Kingston. The gallery not only houses traditional and historical art, but it also has contemporary, Indigenous, African, and regional art. It really is something we highly recommend to do when visiting Kingston. See the website for exhibits and opening times.

Lunch and Afternoon – River Cruise

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After a morning on land, it is time to hop aboard the Island Queen for the Heart of the Islands cruise. This three-hour lunch cruise takes you onto the St. Lawrence River where you’ll explore the world-famous Thousand Islands. The Thousand Islands actually consist of 1800 islands and islets that line the St. Lawrence River along the Canada – U.S. border. You’ll see Fort Henry, the Martello towers of Kingston, and the Kingston skyline as you enjoy a three-course lunch. Make sure to upgrade to a window seat for a premium view of the Thousand Islands. You are free to roam around on the cruise so no matter where you are sitting, you’ll have a good view.

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Murney Tower National Historic Site

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It’s already been a full day, but if you want to take a stroll, Murney Tower is one of the two Martello Towers that you can tour in Kingston. It is a 15-minute walk from Confederation Park (where you’ll be disembarking from the cruise) and it’s a great way to work up an appetite before dinner after sitting for three hours on the boat. This is a beautiful Martello tower and even if you don’t tour inside, you must at least take a walk around to see it from all angles. Visit the Murney Tower Website for hours.

On your way, you can stop to see the Pumphouse Museum which was home to Kingston’s first waterworks from 1851 to 1952. Check it out here.

Dinner – Union Kitchen and Cocktails

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Once you have finished taking your tour through historic sites make your way to Princess Street for dinner at Union Kitchen and cocktails. This cocktail lounge has a chic urban vibe serving fantastic food. Make sure to order the steak frites, our personal favourite. Make reservations for Union Kitchen here.

Drinks and Arcade Games at Barcadia

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For something different after dark, make your way to Barcadia. This beer hall has classic video arcade games to take you back to your youth. But since you are no longer a teenager, you can enjoy a beer or cocktail as you play your favourite arcade game. Check out Barcadia for more details.

Day 3 – History and Heritage

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A visit to Kingston would not be complete without visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Rideau Canal. Located just outside of town are the picturesque Kingston Mills Locks. This set of four locks was the location of the first mill on the Rideau Canal dating back to 1784. You will need to drive out here, but it is worth seeing this feat of engineering. If you time it right, you may see a boat going through the locks. Check out: Amazing Rideau Canal Cruise – A Unique Cruise Holiday with Le Boat

Morning tour of Kingston Penitentiary

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It’s the number one attraction in Kingston, so you cannot miss visiting the notorious Kingston Penitentiary. There are different tours offered from 60-90 minutes. The Kingston Pen closed in 2013, but today you can go inside to see where some of Canada’s worst offenders were incarcerated. Across the street is the former Women’s prison. There are different tours from the standard tour to the extended and architectural tours. A Hollywood movie was filming while we were there. Kingston Pen movie tours are offered as well. Pick your tour here.

Lunch at Juniper Cafe

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Located on the waterfront the Juniper Cafe has one of the best settings for lunch in Kingston. It is located between Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning and The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. This area is a beautiful blend of historic buildings and modern architecture. Make sure to take a walk through the Tett to see the artisans at work. Check out the Juniper Cafe for more information.

Make Your Way to Fort Henry

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After lunch, a visit to yet another national historic site is a must. Fort Henry also has one of the best views of Kingston and is a great place to watch the sun set over the city. Fort Henry was built during the War of 1812 due to its strategic location. As Canada’s first capital city, Kingston was expected to be a target in the war but luckily it was never invaded and the fort is in excellent condition after its restoration in 1936. It is now one of the top attractions in Kingston to learn about Canada’s military history. Visit the website for opening hours and exhibits.

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Kingston has a long history of brewing beer dating back to 1790. In fact, Kingston even has ties to Canada’s oldest brewery, Molson, when the son of John Molson moved to Kingston to start his own brewery and distillery in 1824. Today Kingston has eight breweries and one cidery and a very cool one to visit is the Daft Brewing Company. It feels like a little slice of Key West, situated in a renovated five-car garage. Make sure to order a flight and to sample their very unique flavors and then pick up a six-pack to enjoy once you are home from your extended weekend getaway. Visit Daft Brewery for details

There are so many things to do in Kingston that a long weekend in the city is barely enough time to scratch the surface, but if you plan it right, you’ll be able to see a lot in a short time. Kingston is truly a surprising city, it has come a long way since it was Canada’s first capital and if you plan a getaway you won’t be disappointed.

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15 Things To Do In Kingston: Complete Guide To Jamaica's Coastal Capital

A lthough Montego Bay is widely considered Jamaica's crown tourism jewel, Kingston is undoubtedly one of the Caribbean's hidden gems.

Situated on the southeastern coast of the island country, Jamaica's capital city is brimming with adventure. Flanked by the Blue Mountains range, Palisadoes peninsula, and Kingston Harbour— the seventh largest natural harbor in the world —Kingston is a nature lover's dream.

Of course, the vibrant city has some of the most pristine Caribbean coastlines, with its sandy shores and clear, turquoise waters. But Kingston has much more to offer tourists than just beaches . From its botanical gardens and breathtaking waterfalls to its gourmet cuisine and trendy galleries—the city is a melting pot for incredible art, music, culture, and everything in between.

UPDATE: 2023/06/04 13:52 EST BY DYLAN MYERS

More Things To Do In Kingston: Complete Guide To Jamaica's Coastal Capital

A vacation to Kingston is an experience that excites all the senses, from sunbathing at incredible beaches and exploring the thick Jamaican flora to tasting delicious Caribbean cuisine. This complete guide was expanded to include even more things to do in Kingston, like taking a day trip to the gorgeous Lime Cay. The guide was also expanded to include more ways to get around the Jamaican capital, and the best times of the year to visit.

Top Things To Do In Kingston, Jamaica

There are many adventures to be had in Jamaica . From its beautiful mountain range and sandy beaches to its delicious eats and luxury hotels, here is the ultimate travel guide to Kingston.

Visit Emancipation Park

Located across from the iconic Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, a stop at this public park is a must. Featuring an evocative sculpture of a Black man and woman looking up at the sky at its center, this public park serves as a symbol of hope and freedom.

  • Address: 2636+53W, Oxford Road and, Knutsford Blvd, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Hours: Open Mondays to Thursdays from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm and Fridays to Sundays from 5 am to midnight

Stroll Hope Botanical Gardens

Nestled in Kingston's St. Andrew Parish, this 200-acre park has much to explore. Also known as the Royal Botanical Gardens , highlights include the 11-acre Chinese Garden, plant nursery, Sunken Garden, Bandstand Gazebo, Shell Bandstand, Pavilion Garden, and a sweeping Annual Lawn.

  • Address: 231 Old Hope Road, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Hours: Open daily from 6 am to 6 pm
  • Cost: Free (parking is $200 for cars and SUVs)

Soak In The Sun On The Beach

Jamaica has some of the best beaches , many of which can be found near the beautiful city of Kingston. For an afternoon of splashing in the sea, head to:

  • Fort Clarence Beach
  • Hellshire Beach
  • Sugarman Beach
  • Boardwalk Beach

The beaches are located beyond the city of Portmore.

Tour The Bob Marley Museum

Don't worry about a thing, and head to the Bob Marley Museum for an exciting afternoon spent learning about the eponymous popular reggae musician. Explore Bob Marley's home and discover all of his amazing memorabilia .

The site, which was home to the reggae label Tuff Gong, also features a recording studio.

  • Address: 6, 56 Hope Rd, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Hours: Open daily Monday through Saturday from 9:30 am to 4 pm
  • Cost: Tours start at $25 for adults and $12 for children

Wander Through The Devon House

A popular wedding venue, the historic Devon House dates back to 1881 and is the former residence of Jamaica's first Black millionaire, George Stiebel.

Fast-forward to today and the heritage site is now designated as a gastronomy center, offering visitors a plethora of dining options, from the Crepe House to Devon House Bakery.

  • Address: 26 Hope Road, Kingston 10, Jamaica, W.I.
  • Hours: Open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 8 pm; Saturday from 8:30 am to 7 pm; and Sunday from 8:30 am to 1 pm
  • Cost: Mansion tours are $15 for adults and $13 for children (costs for other attractions vary; check the website for full pricing details )

Visit The National Gallery Of Jamaica

Founded in 1974, this fantastic art museum boasts a wide range of early, modern, and contemporary Jamaican art collections. Nestled on the Kingston Waterfront, a promenade that offers amazing views of the harbor, the museum is a must-see attraction for any Kingston vacay.

  • Address: BLOCK 3, Kingston Mall, 12 Ocean Blvd, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Hours: Open Tuesday through Thursday from 10 am to 4:30 pm; Friday from 10 am to 4 pm; and Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm
  • Cost: $400 for adults; $200 for senior citizens; children ages 0-16 are free

Set Sail On A Kingston Harbour Cruise

One of the largest natural harbors in the world, the nearly landlocked Kingston Harbour provides many opportunities for a tropical adventure atop the water.

Set sail on a Friday evening cruise aboard a 69-foot catamaran, departing from the Ribbiz Ocean Lounge in downtown Kingston. Or explore Maiden Cay on the Sunday Beach Day tour, which sets sail from the Grand Port Royal Hotel.

Both all-inclusive cruise options feature yummy eats and a live DJ for maximum fun.

  • Address: Loose Cannon Tours, Victoria Pier, Downtown Kingston
  • Hours: Check the website for availability
  • Cost: Tours start at $48 for the evening tour and $65 for the beach day tour

The pricing noted above is for pre-booked tickets only. Tickets purchased after 7 pm on Thursday or Saturday for the following day's tour will incur an extra $10 fee.

Splash In Falling Edge Water Falls

Those on the prowl for the least touristy things to do in Jamaica should look no further than the island's spectacular waterfalls, from the popular Dunn's River Falls in Ocho Rios to Westmoreland's Mayfield Falls.

But nestled in the Stony Hill neighborhood of St. Andrew Parish is the hidden gem of Falling Edge Water Falls. Visitors must embark on a 10-minute, scenic hike through the green canopies to get to the picturesque waterfall, which cascades from about 40 feet above.

  • Address: Bowden Hill Road, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Hours: Open Friday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
  • Cost: $500 JMD per person (around $3.30 USD)

See The City From The Look Out

For spectacular panoramic views of Jamaica's capital city and the harbor beyond, head to the Look Out Point on Red Hills Road. (The nighttime views of the dazzling city lights are equally memorizing.)

  • Address: 3525+C42, Red Hills Rd, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Hours: Open 24 hours

Hike Jamaica’s Blue Mountains

Located in eastern Jamaica, the 30-mile Blue Mountains range is certainly a sight to see. The highest point, Blue Mountain Peak, stands 7,402 feet high for breathtaking views of the island.

For guidance traversing the green jungle, book with Blue Mountain Tours, which offers hiking, bicycle, and bus tour options.

  • Address: Shop 15-16, 121 Main St, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
  • Hours and cost: Check the website for availability

The tours offer roundtrip transportation to and from Kingston.

Rejuvenate On Strawberry Hill

Hikers venturing into the Blue Mountains don't need to sacrifice luxury. Nestled in the mountains is Strawberry Hills , a luxury resort boasting traditional Jamaican colonial homes overlooking the scenery.

Travelers can stay in the antique cottages or unwind after a day in nature at the property's incredible spa. The spa offers treatments for everyone , from deep-scrub massages to wellness treks and rejuvenating yoga sessions.

  • Spa Treatments: massages from $100 per person
  • Wellness Treks: from $65 per person for a 3-hour trek
  • Yoga Sessions: from $60 per person for one hour

Chill At Life Yard Jamaica

The Life Yard initiative is one of the coolest things to do in Kingston. An urban project started by a group of young Rastafarians, Life Yard is a multicultural eco-village seeking to uplift awareness and art in the community.

Travelers can wander through the neighborhood and check out or take photos with the stunning street murals. Later, replenish reserves at a vegetarian restaurant or juice bar. Life Yard also offers many workshops for children.

  • Hours: Daily , 10 AM - 5 PM

Life Yard is located in a residential area, so the best way to experience it is to contact them and schedule a tour through their Facebook page .

Browse Local Stalls At Coronation Market

The colorful Coronation Market is Jamaica's biggest farmer's market and the largest in the English-speaking Caribbean. This is the best place to find souvenirs in Kingston.

  • Hours: Monday - Saturday, 5:30 AM - 7 PM | Closed Sundays
  • Address: Pechon St, Kingston

Wandering through the fruit, vegetable, and craft stalls in Coronation Market is a fantastic non-touristy thing to do in Kingston and an excellent way to experience a local's perspective. Hire a guide for navigating the maze of vendors, as the market can sometimes get crowded and overwhelming.

Tourists shouldn't take pictures of the stalls without permission, as the vendors often do not appreciate it.

Explore Port Royal

Once known as the wickedest city in the world, Port Royal is a must-visit in Kingston . History buffs will love exploring the site where infamous pirates sought refuge, like Captain Henry Morgan, Calico Jack, and Blackbeard.

No stranger to natural disasters, the Caribbean's pirate capital has suffered from numerous earthquakes, with entire sections of the town sinking. Nevertheless, tourists can still view remnants from pirates, battles, and rusty canons at the historical Fort Charles .

Start the day by touring the fort, and later, follow this independent walking guide to Port Royal .

  • Fort Charles Hours: Daily, 9 AM - 5 PM
  • Price: about $10 (1,500 JMD) per person
  • Note: Admission includes a tour guide

Take A Day Trip To Lime Cay

Finally, for the gorgeous beaches near Kingston, beachgoers can venture out by boat to Lime Cay for an all-day outing spent on the tiny island.

Only fifteen minutes by boat from Port Royal, Lime Cay is one of the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica, with soft white sand and crystal clear waters ideal for snorkeling. The tiny island is virtually empty throughout the week but explodes with life, food, and music on Sundays when Kingstonians escape their city lives.

The best way to get to Lime Cay is to take a small ferry from Y-Knot in Port Royal . Visit the wooden docks behind the bar to inquire and plan the trip over.

  • The price should not exceed $10 per person .

Bring food and water on a journey to Lime Cay since the island offers no facilities.

Best Time To Go To Kingston

To avoid the hurricane season, which runs from June to November, visit Kingston in the winter months. The island has warm weather year-round, so the tropical destination will still have fantastic temperatures during this time.

Plus, attraction prices like hotel accommodations shouldn't be as expensive. Keep in mind, there is rainfall throughout the year, so pack accordingly.

  • Best Time To Visit Kingston: December - February
  • Temperatures: Highs in the lower 80s to lows in the lower 70s

November - December

These are the best months to visit Kingston, the sweet spot between the hurricane season and the heaviest months for tourism. The weather is beautiful, and rates are cheapest in mid-December.

January - March

These months offer gorgeous weather but are also the busiest. Beachgoers flock to Kingston during the winter, especially in March, so travelers should book their accommodations well in advance.

April - June

The spring in Kingston can signify more rain and fog, but several hotels offer deals to visit since tourism is low. The hurricane season technically starts in June.

July - October

The summer into early fall months in Kingston is prime hurricane season. Jamaica typically experiences the worst weather in late August and early September. However, warm-weather travelers will be met with high temperatures and few crowds during the summer.

Hotel and flight rates are at their cheapest, but tourists should come prepared for inclement weather.

It's always wise to purchase travel insurance when traveling to Kingston during the hurricane season.

Best Ways To Get Around Kingston

Since the city is not compact and its various attractions are relatively spread out, Kingston is not as walkable as other tourist destinations. Some parts of town may also be unsafe for tourists, so walking is highly discouraged.

Carshare options like Uber and taxis are readily available, making an excellent transportation option for getting around.

By Taxi In Kingston

Taxis are the best way to get around Kingston. Tourists should only take official taxis, recognizable by the acronyms JUTA or JCAL. Many of these are communal route taxis, meaning they only pick up and drop off at specific locations.

Many taxi meters are broken, so travelers should always establish a price before the ride. Tips are typically between 10 and 15%.

By Car In Kingston

The great thing for tourists about renting a car in Kingston is the flexibility and independence to explore the city and the rest of Jamaica. Drivers can find the most reliable car rental companies like Hertz and Budget at the airport. However, travelers renting a car should plan for poor road conditions, sparse road signage, and impulsive drivers.

Travelers from the United States can drive in Jamaica with only their national license for three months before needing an International Permit.

Where To Eat In Kingston

There are plenty of options for dining out in Kingston, whether visitors are looking for local fare or international cuisine.

Breakfast In Kingston

Tea Tree Crêperie

  • Address: Unit # 2, 80 Lady Musgrave Rd, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Cuisine: French fusion-style fare

Mr. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

  • Address: 17 Holborn Rd, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Cuisine: Continental-style breakfast

Lunch In Kingston

Marianna's Kitchen

  • Address: 67 Constant Spring Rd, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Cuisine: Vegan fare made with local ingredients

Fromage Bistro

  • Address: 8 Hillcrest Ave, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Cuisine: European Jamaican fusion fare

Dinner In Kingston

  • Address: Shop 20, 24-28 Barbican Rd, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Cuisine: Lebanese and Italian fare

Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records

  • Cuisine: Jamaican classics

Drinks In Kingston

CRU Bar & Kitchen

  • Address: 71 Lady Musgrave Rd, Kingston, Jamaica

Regency Bar & Lounge

  • Address: Terra Nova All Suite Hotel Jamaica, 17 Waterloo Rd, Kingston, Jamaica

Related: This Is One Of Jamaica’s Safest Cities & It Has Plenty Of Resorts

Where To Stay In Kingston

Can't decide where to stay in Kingston? Consider these options at various price points.

Budget-Friendly Accommodations

Eventuality B&B New Kingston

  • Address: 4 Pawsey Road, Kingston
  • Amenities: Terrace/patio and bar/lounge

Shirley Retreat Hotel

  • Address: 7 Maeven Ave, Kingston 10, Kingston 00000
  • Amenities: Room service and free parking

Mid-Tier Hotels

Courtyard by Marriott Kingston, Jamaica

  • Address: 1 Park Close, Kingston 5
  • Amenities: Outdoor pool, restaurant, coffee shop, fitness center, bar/lounge, and free parking

ROK Hotel Kingston Tapestry Collection by Hilton

  • Address: 2-4 King Street, Kingston JMAKN02
  • Amenities: Outdoor pool, fitness center, and bar/lounge

Upscale Hotels

Terra Nova All Suite Hotel

  • Address: 17 Waterloo Road, Kingston KGN 10
  • Amenities: Outdoor pool, restaurant, room service, coffee shop, fitness center, bar/lounge, and free parking

AC Hotel by Marriott Kingston, Jamaica

  • Address: 38 Lady Musgrave Rd, Kingston
  • Amenities: Outdoor pool, restaurant, fitness center, bar/lounge, and coffee shop

Related: Romantic Getaway: Book These 10 Best Resorts In Jamaica For Couples

Tips To Know When Visiting Kingston

Tourists looking for tips for visiting Jamaica for the first time have come to the right place.

Unfortunately, Jamaica is known for being one of the most violent countries in the Caribbean and has the highest murder rate of any country . Tourists visiting Kingston should always be vigilant when traveling through the city and its surrounding attractions.

In terms of currency, the country uses the Jamaican dollar, however, U.S. dollars are widely accepted. (1 JMD equates to 0.0066 USD.)

And, since it's a former British colony, people on the Caribbean island do drive on the left side of the road.

Related: A Travel Guide To Jamaica: 11 Things To Know While Planning Your Trip

15 Things To Do In Kingston: Complete Guide To Jamaica's Coastal Capital

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Kingston gave me my first glimpse of CAMM2 DDR5 desktop RAM at Computex 2024, along with some AI-gen race drivers and a very heavy F1 theme

I've been anxious to get a look at CAMM2 DDR5 in the flesh, so to speak, at this years Computex, and Kingston has just provided me with a good look at what to expect from the new RAM form factor in a desktop motherboard.

Along with some AI-generated Formula One drivers, a sim rig setup, and a race car theme that was very difficult to miss. Yep.

Each AI-gen race driver was supposed to represent a different facet of Kingston's current product line-up, with "Lightning Fury" being of most interest to us PC gamers. Alongside Kingston Fury Renegade 6,000 - 8,000 MT/s DDR5 in the more traditional form factor, there were also several examples of CAMM2 DDR5, also under Kingstons's "Fury" branding.

The CAMM2 standard first saw light of day last year , as a flat, more "flush-to-the-board" alternative to traditional SO-DIMM sticks used in most laptops.

Advantages include the ability to fit larger and more varied cooling systems, higher memory module sizes (the units I was shown were 32 GB per model, but there was talk of 64 GB modules to come) and optimised trace layouts, which will become important as we see DDR5 "racing" towards faster and faster speeds.

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I also got a good look at the new RAM in situ, with two ATX motherboards from MSI and Asus on display. It's a little strange to see desktop RAM lying flat on the board, and this in combination with the module size makes for RAM that seems somehow smaller in person than you initially expect.

What I also wasn't expecting was a car racing theme delivered with relentless enthusiasm. Alongside a model F1 car festooned with RGB-emblazoned DDR5, I was also shown a full on sim rig running F1 23 to demonstrate gaming performance, and an AI PC processing all sorts of F1-style data.

At the end I was invited to take a pit stop, while my hosts delivered as many race car metaphors as they could think of in relation to RAM products. Of which, it turns out, there were many.

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Computex ey? I was told there was nothing quite like it, and so far it's more than surpassing my expectations. New RAM form factors and race car metaphors? Count me well and truly in.

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Sean kingston florida fraud case, sheriff wants him to pay for extradition, sean kingston sheriff wants him to pay up ... reimburse extradition costs.

Sean Kingston was shipped out from California to Florida in his $1 million fraud case, and now a Sunshine State sheriff's office wants to send the singer a bill for the transport costs.

According to new legal docs, obtained by TMZ, the Broward County Sheriff's Office is asking the court to have Sean pay back the taxpayers of Broward County for the cost of his extradition.

BCSO says taxpayers shelled out $5,268.53 for Sean's extradition from Cali ... with transport costs going towards commercial airline tickets, hotels, car rental and travel allowances for the U.S. Marshalls and Broward County sheriffs deputies tasked with bringing Sean back to Florida.

Sean's attorney Robert Rosenblatt tells TMZ … Sean arrived back in Florida on Sunday night after a flight -- and his legal team at this point is focused on getting Sean freed on bond, so the restitution matter is a bit on the back burner for them, at least for now.

As we reported ... Sean is facing 10 charges related to the raid Sheriff's deputies conducted last week at his home in Florida.

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Remember ... authorities say Sean and his mother, Janice Turner , ripped off an exotic car dealer, a jeweler and several other businesses for well into the 6-figure range.

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Now, the Sheriff's Office wants to pile on some expenses ... a judge has yet to sign off.

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Open Day programme: Wednesday 12 June 2024, Roehampton Vale campus

We look forward to welcoming you to Kingston University!

There is plenty for you to see and explore at the undergraduate Open Day. On this page, you will find information to help you plan your day. We recommend you allow three to four hours to experience everything on offer.

  • When: 12 June 2024, 14.00 – 18.00 (16.30  –  18.00, optional tours and talks at Kingston Hill campus)
  • Where: Main reception, Roehampton Vale campus
  • Registration:  Doors open from 14.00. You can register throughout the day, providing it is in advance of your subject talk.
  • Top tip: We recommend you plan your day around your subject sessions. Take a look at the programme below to check the timetable and see what other activities you can do on the day.

*Please note that due to ongoing roadworks taking place in the area we anticipate there might be delays to your journey. We encourage you to consult the Transport for London website or your maps/sat nav app to plan your journey and take into account any expected delays.*

Welcome talk

Find out about the Kingston experience through our lively welcome talk.

  • When:  14.30 – 15.00
  • Where: Main building, Roehampton Vale campus

Further information

If you have time, we would love to invite you to share complimentary refreshments with academics at our Roehampton Vale campus from 16.30, where you will be able to chat informally and learn more about your course.

Subject sessions and drop in hubs

This is where you can attend subject-specific events and learn more about your preferred course.

If you can't see your subject of interest in the list below, your course may be taught on a different campus .

Check the time of your subject talk and plan the rest of your Open Day activities around that. See below for when our campus tours and exhibitions are running.

Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering

  • 15.00 – 16.30:  Aerospace Engineering MEng/BEng (Hons) – subject talk and tour
  • 15.00 – 16.30 :  Aircraft Engineering BEng (Hons) – subject talk and tour
  • 15.00 – 16.30 :  Aircraft Engineering BEng (Hons) top-up – subject talk and tour
  • 15.00 – 16.30 :  Aviation Engineering BEng (Hons) – subject talk and tour
  • 15.00 – 16.30 :  Aviation Operations with Commercial Pilot Training BSc (Hons) – subject talk and tour

Mechanical and Electronic Engineering

  • 15.00 – 16.30 :  Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Engineering) MEng/BEng (Hons) – subject talk and tour
  • 15.00 – 16.30 :  Mechanical Engineering MEng/BEng (Hons) – subject talk and tour
  • 15.00 – 16.30 : Electrical and Electronic Engineering BEng (Hons)  – subject talk and tour

Student Services Exhibition and campus tours

The Student Services Exhibition is where you can pick up information about the University's main student services. This will include accommodation, admissions, careers and employability, disability and mental health, international, student funding and more.

You'll have the chance to speak to experienced staff at these stands and find out more about the University. It's a good idea to plan ahead and perhaps write down your questions in advance so you don't forget something important on the day.

  • Campus tours

A tour will be provided as part of your subject talk. The guided tour will take you around campus so you can explore the facilities at Roehampton Vale.

  • Make sure you visit the right campus for your subject of interest.
  • Plan your day around your subject talks and find out more about your course and speak to academics and current students.
  • Explore the campus and the local area to get a feel for the University and its surroundings.
  • Visit the Student Services Exhibition to see where you could live.
  • Know what you want to ask us.
  • Plan your journey in advance to save time on the day.

Plan your journey to Roehampton Vale campus

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Roehampton Vale campus is located just three miles from Kingston town centre, with easy access by public transport.

From 29 August 2023, Kingston University is within the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). For more information, please see the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames website .

The 85 and K3 buses stop outside the campus. For further information, visit the Transport for London website .

London buses no longer accept cash, but you can pay using an Oyster travelcard or with a contactless credit card. More information on fares and payments can be found on the TfL buses website .

We also run a free intersite bus service for students, staff and visitors. The KU1 connects this campus with Kingston and Surbiton mainline train stations and Kingston town centre.

Trains run regularly from London Waterloo to Kingston station (midweek four trains per hour, journey times 28-33 minutes). Kingston station is in Travelcard Zone 6. For further information and timetables, visit the National Rail Enquiries website .

From Kingston station

  • Take the train to Kingston
  • Leave the railway station via the main exit
  • Cross the lights to the left onto Cromwell Road (for the bus station)
  • Take the 85 or K3 bus
  • Get off at the 'Roehampton Vale Asda' stop
  • Cross the road (Stag Lane)
  • The Roehampton Vale campus is immediately opposite, down Friars Avenue

On-site parking facilities are very limited and will only be open until 2pm at the Roehampton Vale campus .

We strongly recommend Open Day visitors use the excellent public transport links instead of driving.

Free car parking is available on all sites for blue badge holders.

All car park users agree to the University car parking terms and conditions .

There is a network of cycle routes adjacent to most university sites. 

View information on cycle routes around the University .

Heathrow and Gatwick airports international airports are the closest to Kingston, with coaches, buses and trains linking the airports with the town.

Free campus shuttle bus

A free University shuttle bus will run throughout the Open Day every 20 minutes. Look out for our friendly student ambassadors in the brightly coloured tops who can help direct you.

The shuttle buses call at the following campuses and stops:

  • Roehampton Vale campus – Bus stop, just outside the campus by the main road (A3). The bus returns to Kingston Hill, before continuing its circuit back into Kingston.
  • Penrhyn Road campus – Closest bus stop to Knights Park campus. Bus stop outside the campus.
  • Kingston town centre, on route to Penrhyn Road - Fairfield bus station (KT2 2PG). Stop B2 (near Kingston train station)
  • Kingston town centre, on route to Kingston Hill - Cromwell Road bus station (KT2 6RD). Stop A2 (around the corner from Kingston train station)

Roehampton Vale location

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Please call us on +44 (0)20 3510 0106 if you have any queries about the Open Day at Roehampton Vale campus.

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to submit an obituary

To place an obituary, please include the information from the obituary checklist below in an email to [email protected] . There is no option to place them through our website. Feel free to contact our obituary desk at 651-228-5263 with any questions.

General Information:

  • Your full name,
  • Address (City, State, Zip Code),
  • Phone number,
  • And an alternate phone number (if any)

Obituary Specification:

  • Name of Deceased,
  • Obituary Text,
  • A photo in a JPEG or PDF file is preferable, TIF and other files are accepted, we will contact you if there are any issues with the photo.
  • Ad Run dates
  • There is a discount for running more than one day, but this must be scheduled on the first run date to apply.
  • If a photo is used, it must be used for both days for the discount to apply, contact us for more information.

Verification of Death:

In order to publish obituaries a name and phone number of funeral home/cremation society is required. We must contact the funeral home/cremation society handling the arrangements during their business hours to verify the death. If the body of the deceased has been donated to the University of Minnesota Anatomy Bequest Program, or a similar program, their phone number is required for verification.

Please allow enough time to contact them especially during their limited weekend hours.

A death certificate is also acceptable for this purpose but only one of these two options are necessary.

Guestbook and Outside Websites:

We are not allowed to reference other media sources with a guestbook or an obituary placed elsewhere when placing an obituary in print and online. We may place a website for a funeral home or a family email for contact instead; contact us with any questions regarding this matter.

Obituary Process:

Once your submission is completed, we will fax or email a proof for review prior to publication in the newspaper. This proof includes price and days the notice is scheduled to appear.

Please review the proof carefully. We must be notified of errors or changes before the notice appears in the Pioneer Press based on each day’s deadlines.

After publication, we will not be responsible for errors that may occur after final proofing.

All obituaries appear on with a permanent online guestbook presence. If you wish to have the online presence removed, you can contact us to remove the guestbook online. Changes to an online obituary can be handled through the obituary desk. Call us with further questions.

Payment Procedure:

Pre-payment is required for all obituary notices prior to publication by the deadline specified below in our deadline schedule. Please call 651-228-5263 with your payment information after you have received the proof and approved its contents.

Credit Card: Payment accepted by phone only due to PCI (Payment Card Industry) regulations

EFT: Check by phone. Please provide your routing number and account number.

Cash: Accepted at our FRONT COUNTER Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 3:30PM

  • The minimum charge is $162 for the first 10 lines.
  • Every line after the first 10 is $12.20.
  • If the ad is under 10 lines it will be charged the minimum rate of $162.
  • On a second run date, the lines are $8.20 per line, starting w/ the first line.
  • For example: if first run date was 20 lines the cost would be $164.
  • Each photo published is $125 per day.
  • For example: 2 photos in the paper on 2 days would be 4 photo charges at $500.

Please follow deadline times to ensure your obituary is published on the day requested.


Unlike an obituary, Memoriam submissions are remembrances of a loved one who has passed. The rates for a memoriam differ from obituaries.

Please call or email us for more memoriam information

Please call 651-228-5280 for more information.

HOURS: Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 5:00PM (CLOSED WEEKENDS and HOLIDAYS)

Please submit your memoriam ad to [email protected] or call 651-228-5280.

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Local News | Tour seven gardens designed by master gardeners in Washington County

The university of minnesota extension washington county master gardner volunteer program will host their annual learn and grow with us garden tour on july 20..

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The University of Minnesota Extension Washington County Master Gardener Volunteer Program will host their annual Garden Tour to showcase maintenance and design of seven gardens in central Washington County from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 20. The tour will be held rain or shine.

Volunteers of Master Gardeners will be at each of the gardens featured in White Bear Lake, Stillwater, Lake Elmo and Oakdale to educate on topics such as native plants and proper plant care.

Tickets are $15 in advance and will cost $20 the day of the tour. Children under 12 are free with a paying adult. Tickets are nonrefundable. To order in advance, visit by 3 p.m. on July 19. Or, order by phone at 612-301-1210.

The tour proceeds will go toward support of educational activities in Washington County.

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Betting | Memorial odds, best bets: PGA Tour odds, picks predictions for Muirfield

Entering the Memorial Tournament this week, Patrick Cantlay has a strong course history at Muirfield.

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One week before the U.S. Open, the best of the best tee off at the Memorial starting Thursday, with Nicolai Hojgaard (40th) and Min Woo Lee (35th) being the only players currently ranked in the top 50 of the World Golf Rankings to stay home.

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Patrick cantlay to win (25/1 at betmgm).

Cantlay’s course history and his current form are playing in his favor this week.

He dominated at Muirfield, winning in 2019 and 2021 and logging a T3 in 2022. He has yet to log any wins this season but has made every cut and has two top-five finishes in his past seven tournaments.

We are zoning in on three areas at Muirfield: putting, driving accuracy and approach to the green, particularly with long irons since this 7,569-yard course is one of the longest on the PGA Tour.

So far this season, Cantlay ranks 45th in GIR% (greens in regulation percentage) from 200-plus yards, 21st in putts per round, 24th in one-putt percentage, 27th in scrambling and 69th in driving accuracy.

While this has not been Cantlay’s most fruitful season, he has still been rock-solid. And he could undoubtedly string together four inspiring rounds for his third win at Muirfield.

Collin Morikawa has been a quite a run on the PGA Tour.

Collin Morikawa to win (14/1 at FanDuel)

There aren’t many players not named Scottie Scheffler in better form right now than Collin Morikawa, who has logged four top-10s in his past five outings, including a fourth-place finish at Charles Schwab, a T4 in the PGA Championship, a ninth-place finish at RBC Heritage, and a T3 at The Masters.

Morikawa also has a strong history at Muirfield. He was two shots out of the lead after three rounds last year but had to withdraw due to back spasms, and he was the runner-up in 2021, ultimately losing in a playoff to Cantlay.

Morikawa is among the great iron players on tour (71st in shots gained approaching the green), even though he has not been as prolific this season as in the past. He also hits fairways at an alarmingly high rate, ranking first in fairway accuracy at 78%, a substantially higher percentage than virtually everyone else on tour.

He has also been masterful with the putter this season, ranking 10th in putts per round, 11th in one-put percentage and 16th in three-putt avoidance.

With his current form and strengths, Morikawa is also a solid bet to win the 2024 Memorial Tournament.

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