We are absolutely delighted that you chose to Know Jamaica with us, we always ensure to have fun filled tour days planned for your vacation!
Bob Marley Museum
This is much more than just a museum, it is also a former residence and studio of the Reggae Legend, Bob Marley up until his passing in 1981. It was also home to Tuff Gong record label that was founded by The Wailers back in the
What makes it even more fun is that you may also get a chance to see one of Marley’s sons who also frequents the studio in this location!
This tour gives you the opportunity to get a personal view of Bob’s life, and the history and philosophy of his music.
Inside displays Bob’s gold and platinum records along the walls – Exodus, 1977, Uprising, 1980, and Legend, 1984.
But hey! We won’t give too
You will also see many of Marley’s prestigious awards. The most intriguing room that you will come across is Marley’s unadorned bedroom, just as he left it, with his star-shaped guitar laying by his bedside. It was also in this bedroom that a failed assassination attempt was made on the Legendary Bob Marley.
Tuff Gong Studio Tour
The Rehearsal Room, preparation and perfection of an
You will also get to learn about the history and making of CD’s, their duplication and labeling for
Of course, herbs and medicinal plants have always been a great feature and importance within the Rastafari Culture so it should come as no surprise that the Tuff Gong Herbal Garden provides points of interest and suggestions on traditional uses of some of Jamaica’s plants.
Trench Town Culture Yard Museum
This was the home of a popular community leader, Vincent ‘Tata’ Ford, it is said that Vincent ‘Tata’ Ford taught Bob how to play the guitar. Ford and Marley even penned the lyrics of the famous song “No Woman No Cry”, right there in Culture Yard. Other famous hits were birthed right there. It was while living at number 6 and 8 First Street that the Wailers were formed and Bob Marley and the Wailers’ first album `Catch a Fire’ was recorded.
On this tour, you will see a rusting, old bus which was owned by Bob Marley as he left it. The tour continues through six rooms which were delicately restored but retains many original features and fittings, from “Tata” Ford’s bedroom with graffiti walls to the single bed on which Bob and Rita Marley slept.
Because Culture Yard is recognized as
Trench Town Culture Yard was the first inner city location to be declared a protected National Heritage on May 10, 2007. It’s worth the while if you really want to experience the true, urban Jamaica and of course the roots of Bob Marley.
National Art Gallery & Museum
Established in 1974, this is the oldest and largest public art museum
There is also a gift shop which features art reproductions, books and locally made art and craft can be bought. A significant part of its collections is on permanent view.
Aside from being a tribute to Jamaica’s former leaders,
Downtown Kingston Waterfront & Kingston Craft Market
This is one of the oldest areas in our Island that has a great mixture of old and new structures. Located here are museums, art galleries, great monuments
The view of the sea and port is picturesque, especially around the time of sunset, you can get really stunning photos and videos, you may even see local fishermen too!
Located just a few minutes of
Please be advised that the prices stated below are inclusive of admission fees as well as tour guiding services. We look forward to having you!
|Amount of Passengers||Price (USD)|
|Children (ages 3 -11 years)||$65 (each)|