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The Bob Marley Museum was one of the first places that President Obahma visited on his visit to Jamaica. Every day tourists flock to see the museum, stroll around its gardens and chill for a while at the garden cafe enjoying a local beer or coffee and superb snacks. If you visit Kingston, the Bob Marley Museum must be at the top of your lists to explore.

Located at 56 Hope Road, Kingston 6, the museum was Bob Marley's former place of residence and studio until his death in 1981, It was also home to the Tuff Gong record label that was founded by The Wailers in the 70's. There's a birthday bash each year with lots of food, fun and music from a whole range of local and international artists, often including one of the Bob Marley's sons. Many famous artists have passed through the Marley's home, even Michael Jackson and his brothers were guests of Bob Marley in the 70s.

If you are a fan of Bob Marley reggae music, this is a must place to visit. The home displays Bob’s gold and platinum records along the walls –including Exodus, 1977, Uprising, 1980, and Legend, 1984.  As you look around you will see many of Marley’s prestigious awards and artifacts.

The one hour tour is reasonable at Adults US$20 Children (Ages 4 – 12): US$10.

Check out our Bob Marley photos below, there's some rare ones inside the Museum

For wonderful places to visit across Jamaica see our links below

Must see places in Jamaica.... 7 Mile Beach | Aqua Sol | Blue Hole | Boston Beach | Doctors Cave | Hellshire Beach | Dolphin Cove | Glistening Waters | Green Grotto Caves | Kingston | Mammee Bay | Heroes Park | Rio Grande | Reggae Beach | Royal Palms | Sandals | Winnifred Beach | YS Falls