With or without the Great House you can make up the day as you go along.
If you wish to see Rose Hall Great House with all it's scary story and beautiful antiques. This is a good way to see it.
We offer an hourly tour where you pay us for transportation and $20 to the Great House for the tour.
Thrill to the story of Annie Palmer, the white witch of Rose Hall. I managed the place for 6 months, many years ago, and it is truly haunted. Something happened at least four times per week that couldn't be explained.
This is Annie's bedroom where she was very deservedly murdered during the Christmas Rebellion of 1831.
Other suggestions would include a stop at Success Crafts Market where you will meet vendors who are both polite and friendly, or visit Greenwood Great House ($16), for some tales of history. Lunch can be had at a real jerk stand that caters to us local sorts ($5-$10 depending on how much you can eat), or any of several good local restaurants. For coffee and liquor at the best prices around, make a quick stop at Green Apples (a duty free shop where you don't have to waste time bargaining they give us the bottom line immediately).
Out and about, there are all sorts of interesting things along the roadside. Siobhan and Amy wanted to stop by Bongo for fresh coconut water
You can pay $100 deposit with the balance due the day of the tour in cash. We do not take credit cards on the day of the tour.
Pricing for transportation is by the hour and size of group: You pay the entry fees to whatever you choose to do.
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1-3 persons $35 per hour
4-5 persons $40 per hour
6-9 persons $50 per hour
10 or more persons $6 per person per hour
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