Jamaica Music Museum

Museum info

Music is one of Jamaica’s foundational cultural expressions, significantly influencing local and international audiences.

Under the portfolio of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Jamaica Music Museum (JaMM) , a department of the Institute of Jamaica (IOJ), is the exhibition space, research facility and archive for Jamaica’s music. It is mandated to maintain several temporary and one permanent exhibition; collect and preserve musical or related artifacts/objects; document and disseminate information about Jamaican music and promote an understanding through public lectures, such as Grounation, performances and educational outreach programmes, as well as provide a research facility for Jamaican related music.

The Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) and all its divisions, departments and units are guided by the IOJ Act of March 1978. To review click here 

Our hours

Mondays – Thursdays: 9 AM – 4PM

Fridays: 9AM – 3PM

Tour fees

Local Children(ages 6-18) – J$100

Local Adults – J$600

Local Teachers – J$200

Tertiary Students with ID – J$300

Tertiary Students Without ID – J$600

International Adults – US$10

International Students – US$5