Bob Marley Museum


Bob Marley Museum The Bob Marley Museum is a museum located on Hope Road in Kingston, Jamaica. The museum is devoted to the work and life of reggae icon Robert Nesta “Bob” Marley that was once his former place of residence. It was home to the Tuff Gong record label which was founded by The Wailers in 1970.

Bob Marley Museum1Captured the myth, the essence of Bob Marley where the stories of sadness, love and kindness was woven into the talent of this reggae icon. Even through Marley was born in Nines Miles, St. Ann; he came to Kingston where he started his musical career in Trench Town. After which, he blossomed into a star that is loved by all.

Take a tour to the Bob Marley Museum to view the many display dedicated to the memory of the late reggae superstar, while listening to your favorite song. The museum also houses the original studio where Marley recorded many of his songs. The property on which the museum sits is very huge as other places of interest are located on the ground related to the Marley legacy.

Bob Marley Museum3Explore the Bob Marley Museum to view the vast amount of paraphernalia, as you experience a once in a lifetime moment. While there you will learn and see pictures and even touch some of the areas where Bob once sit and sang. Examine the museum and its importance of his contribution to Jamaica’s musical revolutions and take a picture beside his adorable statue.

The venue allows you to enjoy every aspect of the Bob Marley experience, have lunch in the Bob Marley Café, and take pictures of his room that has all his records. Visit the museum to gain inspiration and take in the breathtaking views of the grounds. The entry fee into the Bob Marley Museum is about USD$10, where you be guided through the museum, receive a Bob Marley T-shirt and a free lunch of your choice at the venue.

The opening hours for the Bob Marley Museum are 10am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and 10am to 4pm on a Saturday.