Jamaica Cultural Enterpises Launches Cultural Tours of Kingston

Touring downtown Kingston
A view of downtown Kingston's harbour front

On October 30, entrepreneur Karen Hutchinson will be launching some exciting new products for Jamaicans as well as for visitors to our capital city.

Via her company, Jamaica Cultural Enterprises, Karen will be offering “cultural tours” of Kingston including tours of Kingston’s key places of interest and  gallery “art treks”. The city tour or the “Kingston City Explorer” will be a journey through Kingston focusing on the history, architecture and culture of the city. How many times do we pass National Heroes Park or Devon House without really knowing much about them?

The “Art Trek” will offer a unique experience of some of Kingston’s finest art galleries where one will be able to view the art, converse with some of the local artists as well as meet with and learn from some of the gallery curators.

Alexander Cooper and Dominique Brown at Mr. Cooper's Gallery
Artist Alexander Cooper and Dominique Brown at Mr. Cooper's Gallery
Community art classes at Studio 174, downtown Kingston

Read about our experience on a JCE tour here at An Art Trek Through Kingston’s Galleries

Read more about JCE’s new cultural tours at the Gleaner.

For more info visit the JCE Website.

The old Wray and Nephew warehouse, downtown Kingston on a rainy day
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    Fantastic! I was born in the UK 52 years ago to Jamaican parents and am hoping to visit Jamaica next year with my two teenagers. I’ll definitely sign up for this tour; a cultural excursion of Kingston is long overdue.

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