Marcus Mosiah Garvey Multimedia Museum
The Marcus Mosiah Garvey Multimedia Museum was officially opened in October 2006. As the World’s first museum on Marcus Garvey, it is a major attraction in Kingston. Through the technology of touch-screens, visitors of all ages are treated to Marcus Garvey: The Movement and the Philosophy, a three - part interactive experience of Garvey’s life and work. Soon we will add exhibitions on self-identity, Africa, music and poetry inspired by Marcus Garvey and Pan-Africanism. Films on these themes are currently shown in the museum. At our gift shop you can purchase a variety of items including books, T-shirts, paintings and Garvey/UNIA flags.
Mico INAFCA Museum
The Mico INAFCA Museum is located on the ground floor of the Renford Shirley Building and was established in 1986 to house the collection of objects for inspection, study and enjoyment.
A small museum started in 1989 by the citizens of Hanover has developed through international funding. The museum has artifacts from Arawak middens in the parish as well as other items such as a complete set of weights and measures belonging to the town. A small Arawak village has been reproduced here. The museum is housed in the old Police barracks and gaol.
Bob Marley Museum
The Bob Marley Museum is a museum in Kingston, Jamaica; dedicated to the reggae musician Bob Marley. It is located at 56 Hope Road, Kingston 6, and is Bob Marley's former place of residence. It was home to the Tuff Gong record label which was founded by The Wailers in 1970. In 1976, it was the site of a failed assassination attempt on Bob Marley.