Dating back to the 1700s, The Cinnamon Hill Great House was once owned by the family of 19th-century poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning of “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways” fame.
It was restored to its former glory as a gracious plantation home and in the mid-1970s served as home to country music singer, Johnny Cash who along with his wife June Carter Cash were part-time Jamaica residents for more than four decades. Intrigued by the legend of “White Witch of Rose Hall,” Johnny Cash wrote the “Ballad of Annee Palmer.” Experience their home exactly as they lived and hear this haunting ballad sung by your guide.
OPENING DAYS & TIME
Cinnamon Hill Great House is open by private appointment only for tours, weddings and other events.
$13 USD for ages 4 – 11 years old