Hyde Hall Great House

History & Heritage - October 31st, 2009

Hyde Hall was built in 1820 and is possibly the last Great House to be erected in Jamaica. James Hall initially owned the property in 1699.

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Areas of Interest

The Cockpit Country is made up of several distinct communities, each of which offers a unique window onto Jamaican culture. Some of the main regions include, Accompong, Flagstaff, Windsor, Wait-A-Bit/Litchfield, and Sherwood Content. Many of these centers are located close to the Cockpit interior, while others can be reached via a 2-3 hour drive.

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November 2nd, 2009

The Cockpit Country’s endless reserve of organic resources finds direct resonance in the local artists and artisans whose work is a reflection of the region.  Painters, sculptors and craftsmen all [...]

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