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Bob Marley Museum, Kingston
Categories: Historic Sites, Specialty Museums, Museums, Tourist Spots
At Bob Marley Museum you can immerse yourself in the world of the Jamaican reggae legend. Situated in his house on Hope Road, where he recorded many of his songs, the museum lets you step into Marley's life from 1975 until his death. Explore the house, now a shrine to the famous singer, and see items, furniture, and memorabilia from his time in this town. Take a tour of the grounds, see the recording studio, his bedroom, and a short film about the Jamaican icon. To visit Bob Marley Museum and other attractions in Kingston, use our Kingston trip itinerary maker.
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The tour was ok but I was expecting more for the price of the tickets. If you are not staying in Kingston I wouldn't recommend driving here just for the museum. No photos or videos can be taken inside... read more »
Mooi om de geschiedenis van een Jamaicaanse held te zien. Lopend door de vertrekken waar hij jaren heeft gewoond.Nice to see the history of a Jamaican hero. Walking through the rooms where he lived for years.show original
A great opportunity to see memorabilia from Bob Marley Great preserved rooms with cloths records food beds Even a video at end of tour Tour guide friendly helpful Jamacian Not able to take photos insi... read more »
Vincentius Roue Kenswil
Impressive tour. Very energizing guide by the name of Ricky Chaplin. Inspiring. Bob Marley a humble hero. He was years ahead of his time and left us thoughtful lessons.
I've never been to the Bob Marlye museum, but I think its wonderful there. I wish someday I can go there and experience the feeling and know more about the history of geggae. That will be a lifetime image to my heart.
Well run, well kept n well worth the journey. Though not family owned it is a legacy in its own right. For the conscious Reggae lovers world-wide when in Kingston this is a must! Private 'No Pics' type of one man guided tour. Solemn & Humble vibes.☆☆☆☆☆RASPECT, ONE LOVE, JAH LOVE☆☆☆☆☆
A must visit for any reggae music enthusiast, especially for Bob Marley fans! The place is very well maintained in its original shape. Guides explain the history so well and makes the story very interesting with facts and anecdotes.
love the man been to his grave Stones up in the hills rest in peace my brother Bob walking in Zion
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