- What to See at the Falmouth Cruise Port
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The Port of Falmouth
Georgian Meets Gorgeous
The coastal town of Falmouth is packed with rich history dating back over 200 years. This capital city of the Trelawny Parish in Jamaica is an exemplary display of heritage and architecture, and Falmouth possesses the largest collection of Georgian-style buildings in Jamaica.
In the 1700s, fortunes from the sugar industry were booming and Falmouth was considered a cosmopolitan metropolis. The industry’s decline resulted in the town’s decrease in profits, and ultimately its status. In recognition of its rich history, Falmouth is both a Jamaican National Heritage Site and a United Nations World Heritage Site.
The history of this port town makes for an interesting cruise stop with plenty to do and see as soon as you dock.