Caribpress visits the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston

Located at 56 Hope Road in Kingston, Jamaica, the museum is Bob Marley’s former place of residence.

Bob’s Marley’s iconic 1977 Series III Land Rover, the studio where he crafted many of his award-winning hits and his collection of accolades are all on display at this eclectic museum located at 56 Hope Road in Kingston.

Back in 2015, former President Barack Obama became the first sitting US president to visit Jamaica since 1982 and made his first stop at the museum which opened to the public on May 11, 1986.

Caribpress’ entertainment editor Samantha Ofole-Prince recently stopped by to check out the former home where the reggae legend lived until his death in 1981.

No pictures are allowed in the museum which has just five rooms open to the public that include: Bob’s studio, bedroom, kitchen and other rooms where his numerous accolades and press articles are displayed. Check out the outdoor images below:

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