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Bob Marley's Mausoleum, St. Ann's Bay

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Cemetery Tourist Spot
Visit Bob Marley's Mausoleum, a shrine dedicated to the Jamaican reggae legend. You can visit the mausoleum on a tour of Nine Miles, Marley's home village, where he was born and raised. Pay a visit to the singer's final resting place, where he was buried alongside his mother with his guitar. Admire the small Ethiopian-style church where the marble mausoleum sits, see Marley's "rock pillow" with a Rastafari design, and view many photos and artifacts that detail his life and career. Plan to visit Bob Marley's Mausoleum during your St. Ann's Bay vacation using our convenient St. Ann's Bay vacation builder.
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  • Interesting tour and overview of BM life and music career, guides are well versed and very chilled, and add a bit of laughter into the tour. Overall enjoyable but come away thinking it could be so muc...  more »
  • We can't claim to have been bob marleys fans before we went, however this place had a strange effect on us, and it wasn't just the smell of cannabis in the air. The guide explained the music and histo...  more »
  • I took this 5/24/17 courtesy of Bahia Tours, starting at the Grand Bahia in Runaway bay. On the way up it was an educational trip just to get you started. Once we reached 9 miles it was hit you, this ...  more »
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  • Rest in Peace Mr. Marley and Momma Marley. The Tour Guide was a terrible experience. He wasn't very in tuned with his job and only looked for tips. But a scary drive to 9 Mile and was it the best part! I would suggest going of your a music lover, marijuana user, and in love with scenic route to the historical 9 Mile.
  • That's where you wanna be to learn about the journey of a Reggae King.
  • US$25(!) entry fee. Overpriced and commercialized. Tour groups too large. Bob Marley would be ashamed how he has been turned into a cash cow. (This also applies to the museum in Kingston.) This is a lovely part of Jamaica though.
  • Very enlightening. Fun to hear the personal stories about the icon!
  • The mausoleum was great but i don't understand how nobody ever said anything about the people outside extorting you. Word of advise, do not stop for anyone until you get inside the compound.