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Museo de arte
“Jamaica is internationally known for its Reggae music. Therefore, what better way to immerse yourself in its culture than to visit the museum in honour of the legendary singer/musician, Robert "Bob" Nesta Marley!”
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Galería de arte
“The National Gallery of Jamaica, which was established in 1974, is the oldest and largest public art museum in the Anglophone Caribbean. It has a comprehensive collection of early, modern and contemporary art from Jamaica along with smaller Caribbean and international holdings. A significant part of its collections is on permanent view. The NGJ houses the premier collection of Jamaican art, from the Taino to the present day, significant parts of which are on permanent display. ”
  • Recomendado por 33 habitantes locales
Museum
“Bob Marley museum is a place to visit, where the legendary reggae artists Bob Marley is laid to rest one of Jamaica's highlights ”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“It is an architectural and cultural museum. It has a small souvenir shop with rich, rich history! It contains articles, instruments and furnishing used by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer in their younger years.”
  • Recomendado por 16 habitantes locales
Museum
“The Peter Tosh Museum was officially opened in November 2016, dedicated to one of Jamaica's most creative songwriters and musicians. Tosh made his international career as a soloist as well as part of the accompanying singers in the Bob Marley and the Wailers group. The museum highlights his work and influence in the exposure of reggae to the world.”
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Museum
“Find out about the former owners of this historical building and learn about the life on a sugar plantation as you tour the grounds and observe the collection. ”
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Museum
“Jamaica's ethnographic museum, located in the increasingly vibrant cultural scene of downtown Kingston. ”
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Museum
“ final pitched battle between British and Spanish forces to determine possession of Jamaica. The Spanish defeat following five years of guerrilla warfare led by Spanish Governor. ”
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Jardín
“Experience One Love. Feed the hummingbirds, savor the garden and the art (also featured in five large Jamaican resorts).”
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Museum
“A a fine example of late 18th century Great House construction in Jamaica and the finest antique museum in the Caribbean.”
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Museum
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Museum
“Opens 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Liberty Hall is part of the Institute of Jamaica.It was opened in 1923 and became the worldwide headquarters of the United Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) in 1927. It is now a multi-media museum dedicated to Marcus Garvey who was Jamaica’s first official national hero. The outside of the place is decorated with cheerful mosaics and a mural depicting Marcus Garvey. The Museum features interactive and multimedia exhibits of the life and work of Marcus Garvey”
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Río
“Coyaba means "paradise" in the ancient Arawak language, so walk the gardens, view the Arawak museum, enjoy nature at its bet while sipping blue mountain coffee. Great for the family of nature buff!”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
Museum
“We recommend the Village, because it gives our visitors transformational moments, and genuine authentic interactions with local people about some very controversial topics. IT includes a tour through history, art, craft, culture and music. It also includes a tasting of local Rastafari cuisine. Travelers get to experience the farm and the river and just to be quiet or loud for half a day in surroundings that are very different to anywhere else. We can also arrange very good discounts to the Village because we are so closely affiliated with them.”
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Museum
“Noël Coward's mountaintop Jamaican home and burial site was originally owned by the infamous pirate and one-time governor of Jamaica, Sir Henry Morgan (1635-1688). The property offered a commanding view of the St. Mary harbour, and Morgan used it as a lookout.[3] As part of the hideaway, Morgan had caused a secret escape tunnel to be dug, opening at Port Maria. Named for the luminous insects seen in the warm evenings, Firefly estate has entertained a wide range of guests, including both the Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II, Sir Winston Churchill, Sir Laurence Olivier, Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor, Sir Alec Guinness, Peter O'Toole, Richard Burton, and neighbours Errol Flynn, Ruth Bryan ”
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