Step Inside the Home of A Musical Icon, A Tribute To Reggae Legend : Bob Marley Museum
Visit the birthplace and resting place of the late reggae legend Bob Marley.
The Bob Marley Museum is a museum in Kingston, Jamaica, dedicated to the reggae musician Bob Marley. It is located at 56 Hope Road, Kingston, and is Bob Marley's former place of residence. It was home to the Tuff Gong reggae record label which was founded by The Wailers in 1970.
The museum was opened in 1986 after Marley's death by his wife, Rita Marley. It is a popular tourist attraction and is considered to be one of the most important cultural sites in Jamaica.
The museum is a two-story house that has been kept as it was when Marley lived there. The ground floor features a living room, dining room, kitchen, and Marley's recording studio. The upstairs contains Marley's bedroom, a meditation room, and a library.
The museum also has an exhibition hall that displays Marley's personal belongings, including his Grammy awards, gold records, and clothing. There is also a theater that shows a documentary about Marley's life and music.