Bob Marley Museum
The King of Reggae's former house and recording studio is a museum today, dedicated to his life and the message of his music.
56 Hope Rd., Kingston, Jamaica
Dunn's River Falls
Dunn's River Falls, near Ocho Rios, is Jamaica's most popular tourist attraction. Visitors climb 600 feet to the summit of the falls, linking arms and hands to avoid falling on the slippery rocks.
Ocho Rios, Jamaica
The village of Nine Mile, where Bob Marley was born, is situated high in the Cockpit Mountains.
Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica
Once known as the '`Wickedest City on Earth',' the town of Port Royal was used as a base for 17th-century Caribbean pirates and was among the most economically important cities in the English colonies.
Port Royal, Jamaica
Home of Jamaican test cricket, Sabina Park hosted the Cricket World Cup in 2007, and is often referred to as 'The Holiday Home of Cricket.'
S. Camp Rd., Kingston, Jamaica
St. William Grant Park
In the heart of Central Kingston, St. William Grant Park was named in honor of labor activist, William Grant who is credited with starting the working-class resistance in Jamaica.
Corner of East Queen and Church Sts., Kingston, Jamaica
Uprising Cricket Club
Located in Bull Savannah, in the country's second-largest Parish of St. Elizabeth, is the Uprising Cricket Club. In this rural, underdeveloped region of Jamaica, cricket is king.
Bull Savannah, Jamaica