What I Learned at the Bob Marley Museum

If you're ever in Jamaica, one place I recommend visiting is the Bob Marley Museum. What's great about this museum is that it is also his home, which he purchased in 1975. Filled with 19th-century architecture, this was his home until he passed away in 1981. Eventually, his wife Mrs. Rita Marley converted it into a museum six years later. Aside from touring the room that currently houses all of his awards or the sound studio in which all of his hit songs were made, the main museum offers moments and treasures of Bob's life and legacy. 

The museum also features a theatre, a photographic gallery, and a well-stocked gift shop selling any type of Bob Marley memorabilia you can think of and items from Jamaica. When you are finished with the tour, you'll be able to easily quench your thirst and hunger at the Legend Cafe. To tour the museum, the entry fee is $25 USD for adults and $12 USD for children ages 4-12 and opens Mondays to Saturdays from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm. 

Unfortunately, photography is prohibited inside the actual museum but here are some stunning shots from outside.