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

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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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  • If you do decide to go here, DO NOT STOP TILL YOU GET INTO THE COMPOUND. Unfortunately we did when we were directed to park by some locals claiming they were part of the tour. They said that we were t...  more »
  • When in Jamaica, you should pay a visit & to Bob Marley's mausoleum to pay your respects. I'm not a huge fan to be honest but as a music fan I had to go and pay my respects. It was an interesting tour...  more »
  • It was a great experience to learn about Bob Marley and his family. I enjoyed walking through his family's house. It's a very bumpy road to the top  more »
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  • Great life changing experience. Ride to get there was just as great, able to see just how true Jamaicans live. We Americans are so blessed.
  • Really enjoyed the experience - it was nice to see and hear about his story. We were shown around by bob marley's uncle this was a really treat. We were able to have a meal here to which was really nice. We would the experience really interesting to hear about the history and to see what the foundation has done.
  • The wife and I enjoyed the bus ride up through the mountains, seeing Browns Town along the way, and the arrival at the Bob Marley Mausoleum! It was a very interesting tour (even though it rained quite a bit)! Ganja was sold by many there and it was "Dope"...lol!!! Gold tour and very interesting history, a must go
  • Really awesome... quite a spiritual experience. We went in the afternoon so it was quiet and peaceful - we were the only ones in our tour group and we got a performance from the band just for us. Everyone was really friendly and fun. Irie.
  • Tourist trap. Bob Marley's grandparents house and he is buried here. Funny guides but if you really want to have a Bob Marlzy experience, visit Trenchtown