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The museum honours the life and work of Peter Tosh, Jamaica's global music legend and founding member of the critically acclaimed reggae group, the Wailers. Guests can expect to have a multidimensional experience inclusive of narratives, visual and...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
38a Trafalgar Road | Pulse Centre, Kingston, Jamaica
The Peter Tosh Museum is relatively new. I haven’t visited the actual museum but attended a musical concert celebrating Tosh’s birthday. This man has influenced many artists world wide. he is finally receiving the recognition he diserves.
This was one of the three stops on a Wailers tour. There was some interesting things to look at and you could listen to some of his music but it it didn't feel as intimate as our other stops.
Certainly spoke to Peter Tosh as...More
Personally I think that Peter Tosh was a genius and one of the top reggae artists of all time. Bob’s museum has had money thrown at it and this one hasn’t so you probably need to be a fan. In reality, it is a reasonably...More
Great place to go if you are a fan of Peter Tosh. Famous Ak-47 guitar, unicycle and mostly self guided tour are present, and a guide is there if you have any questions. Where the Bob Marley museum was all about Bob, the Peter Tosh...More
The Peter Tosh museum is a one of a kind experience. It is self guided for the most part, but there is a guide there if you have questions. There is so much information and history about Peter Tosh with amazing artifacts such as his...More