Reggae Xplosion

Photo Credit: © Dubdem Sound Systems

Jamaica is known around the world as the birthplace of reggae music, so what better place is there to learn about the history of the genre? Reggae Xplosion showcases the history of Jamaican music, all the way back to the African influences that started it all. On site are numerous posters and photos, videos show music videos and detail histories, and you can even throw on a pair of head phones and listen to the sounds of each era. The pinnacle of the museum of a replica of Lee "Scratch" Perry's recording studio.

This institution displays for patrons a distinct look regarding the way Jamaica's people regard the topic at hand. Included in the bounty of presentations at this site, patrons likely will make note of a collection of permanent exhibits. These are this site's unchanging expositions.

Staying Close

Reggae Xplosion is located in Ocho Rios, ensuring visitors to this region of Jamaica will have the benefit of convenient access to the museum during their time there. You can expect little traffic surrounding the museum, especially as there aren't many lodging options close.



Operating Hours

The daily schedule for the museum is not readily available, meaning that your smartest chance at success is phoning beforehand to make certain the building is going to be open to visitors during the time you and your companions aim to visit.


The cost of admission is $15(USD), and includes a guided tour.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (876) 675-8793 Or (876) 675-8895

Location: North Coast Highway, Ocho Rios, Jamaica


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