Bob Marley Experience from Runaway Bay

From USD US$161.25
  • Duration: 8 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Runaway Bay, Jamaica
  • Product code: PRR1DA

Experience Bob Marley’s visionary legacy via The Trench Town Culture Yard, Bob Marley Museum and a Trench Town Recording Studio with an interactive behind the scenes look at Reggae from Kingston to the world!


  • Immerse yourself in the life of Bob Marley 
  • Experience an authentic studio session with the opportunity to play and record your own reggae soundtrack
  • Learn about the history of reggae and how the musician has added his own flair to the music
  • Family-friendly Experience

Your reggae journey begins with your pick-up at your hotel lobby where you are driven in comfort on a scenic roadway into the city known for its music and as the heartbeat of Jamaica. Your first stop takes you to the Bob Marley Museum, the former home of the reggae legend. Bob’s home is filled with rich memories and treasured mementos, which seek to preserve the life and accomplishment of this great Jamaican and outstanding musician.

Enter the Museum and allow us to envelop you with the sights and sounds of Bob, as you take a guided tour of this Jamaican Heritage site. Our friendly, charming and knowledgeable guides will escort you through the grounds, which include the Main House, Exhibition Hall, Theatre, Gift Shop, and Café.

After your time at Bob's Home, enjoy a short sightseeing experience on Kingston along with a short stop for lunch (Meals and drinks not included) at a local eatery for an authentic Jamaican experience.

Your next stop takes you into the environs of the Trench Town Culture Yard. Bob Marley, arguably Trench Town's best-known resident lived here. While living here Bob Marley was taught how to play the guitar by Vincent ‘Tata’ Ford. It was here too that the very popular song `No Woman No Cry' was co-written by Bob Marley and Vincent `Tart' Ford, which recalled their experiences living in the yard. Bob Marley would also recall in song `Natty Dread' his many trips from First Street to Seventh Streets. It was while living at number 6 and 8 First Street that the Wailers were formed and Bob Marley and the Wailers' first album `Catch a Fire' was recorded.

Your final stop on your reggae journey is the Studio Rehearsal Room, for an edu-taining and interactive revelation of music making's intricacies. Replete with stage, mics, and stands, instruments to include a keyboard, trap drums, control board, mirrors plus seating, your tour will explore your musical talents as you join the music crew to record your own rendition of any of Bob's popular songs. 

At the end of your experience enjoy a comfortable drive back to your hotel with a heart filled with Bob!

  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • All Admission Fees
  • Well appointed air-conditioned vehicles
  • Professional Chauffeur'/Driver Guide
  • Meals and Drinks
  • Gratuity (Optional)
Additional Information
  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Dress code is smart casual, wear comfortable walking shoes.