Construction began in February of 2015 with the main, front gate. In
March of 2016, the Earthship360 crew returned with students and
volunteers to continue. Construction is now ongoing with international
and local students learning via hands-on, in the field systems, design
and construction experience as well as classroom time with the
Earthship360 crew, on campus at the Earthship Jamaica International
Reggae Museum. We are actively raising funds, materials and support to
realize the dream of a destination campus for the Earthship Jamaica
International Reggae Museum.
Learn all about the history of reggae music with help from Chazz Morris, the director and visionary of Jamaica International Reggae Museum. We hope to share the beauty of our rich and dynamic culture locally and internationally.
In addition to the rooms dedicated to the history and evolution of our island's music, there are other attractions for your family to visit. Plan to stop by the theater to enjoy live music or visit the eatery to try exquisite Jamaican cuisine.
Jamaica International Reggae Museum LTD, announces the acquisition of its community radio station frequency 100.7 FM, Alva, Nine Mile St. Ann. Click to listen to Nine Mile
Management and coordination of this heartfelt project will help to preserve our roots and culture by showcasing our artists, music and the history of reggae music with the overall goal of providing charitable assistance with the establishment of an island-wide school bus system for our children.
The other key focus will be to provide handicap accessible vehicles for our elderly citizens. Transportation to hospitals, shopping and doctors appointments should be readily available for the most vulnerable in our society.
Key individuals who have the expertise and ability to bring my vision to life and enhance this project are ready for action. We invite everyone to join us to make these goals become reality.
“I can't do it alone!”
Hours of Operation
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