The Bob Marley Museum is located at 56 Hope Road, Kingston 6, Jamaica W.I. It is the former home of the late great King of Reggae, The Hon. Robert Nesta Marley O.M., affectionately called Bob. It is also the grounds on which the Tuff Gong Recording Studio (where Bob spent most of his time) and Tuff Gong Record Shop were situated.
The Museum portrays the life and achievements of this phenomenal Rastaman through artifacts, memorabilias, numerous writings and photographs, and other head turning momentos. Souvenirs of 'The Gong' can also be purchased in the Gift Shop. The Queen Of Sheba restaurant (which provides some of Bob's favourite foods, fruits and juices, all natural), the Things From Africa gift shop (which stocks African and Jamaican clothing, craft, jewellry, and other items), the Herbs & Spices shop (with all of your favourite herbs and spices), as well as The Bob Scream Shop (for natural flavoured creamy smooth icecream blends) are also located at the Museum.
The Museum is open Monday to Saturday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Tours of the Museum and the compound are given at hourly intervals.