Bob Marley Museum
“Feel dem spirit….” as the Wailers sang. Bob Marley lovers seldom miss this essential visit, one of the island’s most popular destinations. The Bob Marley Museum is located in the little-changed, 18th century mini-Great House at the legendary address, 56, Hope Road. Bob bought Hope Road, as it is known, in 1975, after his international fortunes changed with the “Rastaman Vibrations” album. Little has changed from the way it was when the Trenchtown youth set out to “bring the ghetto uptown,” to this posh neighbourhood. You can still see youths playing soccer in the front yard, as Marley used to do. Many artifacts of Marley’s storied career are gathered here. See www.bobmarleymuseum.com for a schedule of screenings and activities.