The historic integrity of the property has been maintained by Bob and Ann Betton since 1976 when they first opened the museum to the public.
Since opening, Greenwood has received numerous awards including the Musgrave medal for excellence in heritage preservation, the National Association of Returning Residents plaque and the Berger Paints Heritage in Architecture award. Additionally, Greenwood Great House is a national monument.
Oft cited as the most original of Jamaica's great houses, Greenwood is unique because it survived unscathed during the slave rebellion of Christmas 1831.
In addition to an extensive collection of Jamaican antiques, we also have the largest and rarest assortment of musical instruments and plantation library books on the island.
Our 45 minute tours are led by knowledgeable tour guides and will take you through each room of the house.
$20 US per person
The Level Crossing
Enjoy a cold refreshment in our pub