Nine Mile is owned and operated by Bob's family. It is not unusual to find his mother, affectionately called Mother B, personally greeting visitors, sometimes even being persuaded to relate stories of her sons childhood. And, if not Mother B, there is always Uncle Lloyd who is never too far away or too busy to tell tales of young Nesta.  

The actual tour starts with a walk through the very same house that Bob lived in as a young boy (now a memorabilia and Photo gallery). Your Rastafarian guide will share with you little known insights into the Bob Marley's childhood and musical career.
You'll even have a chance to stand on 'Mt. Zion Rock' (Bob's meditation spot) and rest your head on the 'Pillow' (made famous in the song 'Talking Blues'). The highlight of the tour is of course walking through the beautiful mausoleum, Bob's final resting place.
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Birth name        Robert Nesta Marley 

Born                   February 6, 1945
                           Nine Mile, Saint Ann,                                   Jamaica 
Died                   May  11, 1981 (aged 36)
                           Miami, Florida, United                                 States 
Genre(s)            Reggae, ska, rocksteady 

Occupation(s)   Singer-songwriter,                                        musician 
Instrument(s)   Vocals, guitar,                                               percussion 
Years active      1962 – 1981 

Label(s)             Studio One, Beverley's,                               Upsetter/Trojan,                                          Island/Tuff Gong                                          band leader of the                                         Wailers Band,

associated         with the The Upsetters,
associated         with the I Threes 


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