Monthly Archives: October 2010

Why did the Spanish come to Jamaica?

The competition between European nations for wealth, power and religious dominance in the New World began in the 15th Century… Continue

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The Kingdom of Spain in 1492

Curated by Dr. Rebecca Tortello and Dr. Jonathan Greenland, the exhibition was officially opened on Sunday, February 22, 2009… Continue

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International Museum Day 2016

On May 18 2016, the National Museum joined museums across the world to celebrate International Museum Day under the theme ”… Continue

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War Lest We Forget … Gibraltar Camp

Education Room- War Lest We Forget Continue

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Museum Board 2008

Museum policy is guided by the Museum Board headed by Dr. Rebecca Tortello…
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Meet the Staff

The staff members are as follows: Continue

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Spanish Town (Villa de la Vega)

For some 30 years, early Spanish colonists placed the capital city at Sevilla La Nueva (St. Ann’s Bay)… Continue

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Hanover Museum

Located at Hanover Workhouse/jail, Hanover Museum… Continue

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Fort Charles Museum

The Fort Charles Museum is located on the original Fort Charles Military Compound at Port Royal… Continue

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The National Museum Jamaica

The National Museum Jamaica is located at 10 East Street, Kingston… Continue

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