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Bob Marley Museum

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Bob Marley Museum

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Harry T wrote a review Sep. 2019
Gatehouse of Fleet, United Kingdom4 contributions
We visited on our own rather than with a coach party, and it may be that this enabled us to spend longer in the museum than would otherwise have been the case. Our guide did seem to be rushing us through to some extent (continually singing "movement of Jah people", as a prompt to move on!), but the house, which Bob initially rented from Chris Blackwell, then bought in c. 1975, has a lot of personal articles from Bob and family, as well as the recording studio where he worked up material. There's a small gallery which had some terrific photos on display, as well as Bob's Landrover, and a nice documentary film which fills in the detail the guide didn't have time for. Also featured, the home of Georgie who made the fire lie, and bullet holes from the 1976 assassination attempt. Well worth a visit,and if you can, combine it with the Tiff Gong Studio tour on the other side of Kingston.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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ajwatt2017 wrote a review Mar. 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom19 contributions36 helpful votes
Great day out and a must see if you go to Jamaica, Your guide takes you round Bob Marley’s home the place where he was born and where he is laid at rest with his brother and mom. The guide walks you round and gives you all the history of Bob and all is family. There are souvenir shops, a bar somewhere to eat and a band playing Bobs music then you get to see Bobs final resting place. On the whole a great day out.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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smirnipops wrote a review Oct. 2018
scotland17 contributions16 helpful votes
Worth making this trip, you get to go to the heroes park, see the changing of the guard, the museum is very informative. You also get lunch at a local restaurant in the Blue Mountain, before going to a coffee plantation. You finish off with ice cream from devonshire house
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Reporter01 wrote a review Aug. 2018
London, United Kingdom220 contributions27 helpful votes
Enjoyable visit very informative. Good tour kids remained focus. Tour guides was good they used to sing. Also included a Video and tickets that you can keep.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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robot_ninja_636 wrote a review Jul. 2018
Toronto, Canada109 contributions50 helpful votes
From the moment you arrive at the property you are pestered by the locals to buy pre-rolled joints or edibles, or just people asking for cash. This doesn't stop on the inside. The tour guide we got was not interested in making himself heard or understood by the entire group, and was rushing to get us to the end, where he demanded a $2 tip from each person, yes, demanded. All in all it felt like a waste of time. The trip up the mountain was more enjoyable than the time at the Museum. Would go solo, without a tour or guide, as that likely allows more time to see the sights on your own terms (if they allow that). We were a group of 10 travelers.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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