Looking for the best museums in Jamaica? These are the best ones:
Rose Hall Great House (1770)Montego BayRose Hall is a historic house museum located in Montego Bay, Jamaica. This Jamaican Georgian plantation house offers a panoramic view of the coast, providing visitors with a unique perspective of the island's natural beauty. The museum is housed in what is considered one of the country's most impressive plantation great houses, offering a glimpse into Jamaica's rich history.
Devon House JamaicaHalf Way TreeUnique heritage site holding astonishing number of Jamaican, Caribbean, English and French antiques. Join the tour if interested.
Natural History Museum of JamaicaKingston
Bob Marley MuseumNine MileThe Bob Marley Museum, also known as Island House, is located in Kingston, the capital of Jamaica. This 19th-century colonial-style home was the primary residence of international reggae legend Bob Marley from 1970 until his death in 1981. The house also served as the recording studio for the Tuff Gong music label, which Marley and his band, The Wailers, founded.
National Gallery of JamaicaKingstonThe National Gallery of Jamaica, a public art museum, is situated in the Kingston Mall, a bustling commercial and cultural center on Kingston harbour. Established in 1974, the gallery is a significant part of Jamaica's cultural heritage and offers visitors a chance to explore the rich tapestry of Jamaican art.
Konoko Falls & ParkOcho Rios
Greenwood Great HouseMount ZionGeorgian-style mansion built by once powerful plantation-owners now has its impressive collection of antiques open to the public.
Peter Tosh MemorialBelmontMuseum and mausoleum holding the body of the pioneer reggae musician. Lots of interesting memorabilia on site.
Trench Town & Culture Yard MuseumKingston