Saint Andrew (capital: Half Way Tree) is a parish, situated in the southeast of Jamaica in the county of Surrey. It lies north, west and east of Kingston, and stretches into the Blue Mountains and at the 2001 census had the highest population of all the parishes in Jamaica. The Right Excellent George William Gordon (d. 1865), one of Jamaica's seven National Heroes, was born in this parish.
Within its borders are many places of attractions, historical sites, famous residents and the country's financial capital.
Bob Marley Museum
Located at Hope Road in St. Andrew, King’s House is the official residence of Jamaica’s Head of State, the Governor-General. King’s House became the residence of the British governor when the seat of government was moved from Spanish Town to Kingston in 1872 and remained so until Independence in 1962. It was wrecked in the earthquake of 1907 and rebuilt in 1909 from designs by Sir Charles Nicholson.