KINGSTON

KINGSTON IS A CITY OF REGGAE MUSIC AS KNOWN AS BOB MARLEY KING OF REGGAE HOMETOWN. YOU CAN VISIT MANY PLACE WHERE BOB MARLEY STAYED.

1.BOB MARLEY MUSEUM ( TAKE BUS 10 Minutes) ADD;25us 9;30-16;00

56 Hope Road Kingston 6, Jamaica W.I.Telephone:876-630-1588

The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician’s home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring 19th-century architecture, was Marley’s home until his death in 1981. It was converted into a museum six years later by his wife, Mrs Rita Marley. The main museum displays Marley’s personal treasures.

http://www.bobmarleymuseum.com/

2.TRENCH TOWN CULTURE YARD (TAXI OR CAR ABOUT 15 Minutes) ADD:15US

6-8 Lower Frist Atreet | Trench TownKingston Denham Town P.O, Jamaica

This museum is an authentic place ,the first home of BOB MARLEY where he grew ,the place where he learn to play the guitar ,this is where it all began,this museum also offer alot of history about the place call Trench Town, and why its call TRENCH TOWN AND ABOUT ALL THE OTHER MUSICIANS AND PERSON THAT IS SIGNIFICANT TO Jamaica AS WELL

http://www.jnht.com/site_trench_town_culture_yard.php

JAMAICA ARTS AND GARALLY

NATIONAL GARALLY 

12 Ocean Blvd, Block C  (Entrance is on Orange Street) 876-922-1561

The National Gallery of Jamaica, which was established in 1974, is the oldest and largest public art museum in the Anglophone Caribbean. It has a comprehensive collection of early, modern and contemporary art from Jamaica along with smaller Caribbean and international holdings. A significant part of its collections is on permanent view. The NGJ also has an active exhibition programme, which includes retrospectives of work by major Jamaican artists, thematic exhibitions, guest-curated exhibitions, touring exhibitions that originate outside of the island, and its flagship exhibition, the Jamaica Biennial. The NGJ offers a range of educational services, including guided tours, lectures and panel discussions, and children’s art programmes and also operates a gift shop and coffee shop.

https://nationalgalleryofjamaica.wordpress.com/