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Stone Castle Cameo Factory

Coxen Hole, Roatan, Honduras
+504 9866-0243
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Stop 4 of Carnival cruise ship excursion - the 'Castle'

We went on the Sea and See Island Tour that was a Carnival Dream cruise ship excursion. This was... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2017
Dave W
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Central Florida, Florida
Something worth seeing

Very interesting to see actual cameos being created . Janice the designer is deaf --so if you ASL... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2017
nursejudy2016
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Killeen, Texas
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  • Excellent57%
  • Very good21%
  • Average18%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible4%
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“bring cash” (7 reviews)
“master carver” (4 reviews)
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Coxen Hole, Roatan, Honduras
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

We went on the Sea and See Island Tour that was a Carnival Dream cruise ship excursion. This was stop number 4 on the tour and was always referenced as us going to the 'Castle'. I thought we would see a real castle - instead...More

Thank Dave W
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Very interesting to see actual cameos being created . Janice the designer is deaf --so if you ASL or ISL stop by and visit with her . All the work is done in freehand ..2 years ago I purchased a turtle pendant ..and was able...More

2  Thank nursejudy2016
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Very friendly and informative staff. We arrived as they opened at 9AM while they were setting up the displays. Bring cash for the discount! Learning the history and understanding of how the cameos are made by hand was really interesting. There didn't seem to be...More

1  Thank picturesbybrande
Reviewed 13 April 2017

Have you ever wondered how they do that? Well, enter Stone Castle Cameo Factory and be amazed and have those questions answered. Artisans sums it. I have always been fascinated with cameos. The skill required to make scene or face come to life as realistic...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 2 April 2017

We specifically went out of our way to visit the artist. They are usually only open on cruise days, so make sure they're open. It wasn't but we managed to get the artist to open up shop. Took a very, very long time.... But, he...More

Thank ExhaustedTvlr
Reviewed 23 February 2017

spent about 15 - 20 minutes there with my wife during an island tour. The artwork was very nice. I believe some of the pieces to be slightly overpriced and after close examination i do not believe that the settings that they claim are sterling...More

Thank Jay s
Reviewed 10 February 2017

Across the street from this small 30min stop on our tour, sits this MOST amazing store: the cameo carvers can be seen at work while jewellery to lamps ranging from $10 (USD) all the way to the thousands can be seen or purchased and shipped....More

Thank Barbara A
Reviewed 10 February 2017

This was a 25 minute visit from a cruise ship shore excursion, and more time wasn't needed unless a person will be purchasing a lot. I had expected to see delicate carvings of small traditional cameos, but instead found it to be carving in shells...More

1  Thank T A
Reviewed 28 January 2017

We went during a Carnival excursion called "Top 10 Best of Roatan." This was a neat place, and the carved, shell jewelry was beautiful. You can even watch an artist work. There's not an option below for family (all adults).

Thank TeamHouston2016
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

A must stop on way to the beach. If we hadn't had a great taxi driver who knew it was there, we would have never known it was there. The pieces are beautiful and a small piece about $20 but worth it for the work...More

Thank Ncwinequeen
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Response from T A | Reviewed this property |
I remember steps going out of the retail shop side of the building. Not sure on the entrance/info hall side. If no steps there, you could easily reverse course and exit that way. At worst, it's 2 or 3 steps. If going with... More
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Response from NITA J | Reviewed this property |
As I was on a coach excursion, I am not sure how far it was from the cruise terminal. I would think you could get a taxi, but I do not know if you would be 100% safe, or how far it would be. If you can book a tour or... More
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