One of the World's most revered musicians Robert Nesta commonly known as Bob Marley lived in this 19th century-style home on Hope Road in Kingston from 1975 untilhis death in 1985
It is in this place that also recorded some of his most famous hits.It has now been converted into a Museum, preserving the accomplishments and personal treasures of the reggae superstar.
1.Former US President Barrack Obama
The visit by the US former president Obama Barrack raised the profile of the Bob Marley museum.
It has already become one of the most popular tourist attraction in Jamaica.
2.South African Former president Jacob Zuma
On August 2012 South Africa former president Jacob Zuma together with his wife Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma visited the Bob Marley museum.
They were also accompanied by other ministers.
3.Japan's prime minister Mr.Shinzo Abe
Japans prime minister His Excellency Mr.Shinzo Abe accompanied by the Most Hon.Portizia Simpson Miller visited the Museum on Hope Road on September 30th just hours after arrival in the island.
They both possed for a photo in front of the statue of the late legendary Bob Marley.
"The Japanese Prime Minister was really happy to be here and he asked alot of questions about Bob Marley and was even dancing to 'One Love",said tour guide Natasha Clarke.
4.Prime minister Hon.Andrew Holiness
Standing at the furthest right the Most Honourable Andrew Holiness views exhibitions at the Rita Marley: Mystic of a queen exhibition,held at the Bob Marley museum in St.Andrew recently.
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