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Montego Bay Jamaica To do (Suggestions/Falmouth Theatre)

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We will be in MoBay Aug 1-6 and are looking for for things to do. We'd like to eat out once but not too much as we're at an all inclusive. I hear Falmouth is pretty close to MoBay and has a big theatre scene. I cannot find any theatre schedules however. Has anyone been?

We love off the beaten path (non touristy) stuff and need suggestions. We'd also like to shop and I heard of the HIP STRIP and Negril CRAFTS MARKET but wanted to know if they're any good Here is what I'm thinking:

South Coast: YS Falls ?? (suggestions) Lover's Leap
Montego Bay: Martha Brae River, Bellefield Great House
Negril: Crafts market, 7 mile, west end (is any of this worth it? a tour guide suggested rick's cafe for the sunset but I was unsure of this.

Do you have any suggestions for great plantation tours, or ways to experience the local culture? Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated!!!

I understand Falmouth has a lot of history and architecture so if you can provide any suggestions on walking tours, art galleries, etc. please let me know. THANKS!!!

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