Had a quick visit here whilst on a visit to Kingston. Great place to meet locals and better understand the history of Jamaica
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Close to the Pegasus and Liguanea Club, Emancipation Park attracts a number of people over lunch hour, and in the evenings who just wan to sit in the park and eat lunch, or relax. Many joggers who stay at the hotels use it as a...More
Emancipation Park is small but family friendly. The fountain in the center is very nice. There is also a nice run/walk trail with markers along the way if you’re up for being active in the heat. The park is very well maintained and on the...More
It's a nice place to visit and spend some time. Unfortunately both times I went the fountains were off and it was pretty quiet.
The statues of Emancipation just a very creative and beautiful sight. There is a designated jogging track, there are kiddies entertainment across the road, Devon house ice-cream, chess and checkers tables, table tennis area, a stage, beautiful water fountain, over all a wonderful little spot
An excellent use of architectural design to pay homage and teach history.This very well maintained oasis in the heart of city Kingston is a great place to emancipate your mind from the drudgery of city living.
Emancipation is definitely worth a visit, if only to see the controversial statues which grace one of its entrances. it is like an oasis in the centre of New Kingston which attracts exercise buffs, chess players, families and many others just wanting a stroll out....More
Nice and clean. Rest rooms are provided free of charge.. Open until 11 PM in the night.. In the heart of the business city, new kingston..The number 1 , business hotel ,is about 50 m distance..