Hanover Heritage Sites
Fort Charlotte – Fort Charlotte, located in Lucea, in the parish of Hanover, was built in the mid 18th Century by the British for the defense of the North Westerly section of the island. It was built during the reign of King George III of England, and is named after his consort, Charlotte.
Tryall Great House – Located on the main road between Hopewell and Sandy Bay. It has been maintained as an attraction with a Golf Course, Tennis and Beach Club. The International Johnny Walker Golf Tournament was held here annually until 1996.
Blenheim – A small rural hilly district in Hanover, is the birthplace of Sir Alexander Bustamante, the first Jamaican to be awarded the honor of National Hero while alive. The present building houses an exhibition on the Hero’s life and is now open to the public daily.