JAMAICA NATIONAL HEROES are all remembered at The National Heroes Park, which became the official place where the nation's heroes would be honored and their monuments erected in 1973.
Located in Kingston, Jamaica, it is home to the monuments of the country's seven National Heroes. Jamaica's National Heroes came to prominence at a time when the country was under the rule of British slave owners.
These National Heroes challenged the institution of slavery, and their bravery and sacrifice hastened the decision by the British government to abolish slavery. It is because of the National Heroes' love for the Island of Jamaica and its people that
Jamaica is a free country.