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Utilizing the objects within our Collection, our programmes are aimed at heightening public awareness of Jamaica’s rich history and heritage and address the ways in which history informs our contemporary social life.
The Institute of Jamaica boasts a total of six major and miscellaneous collections.
The oldest of these reflects on the socio-economic and political characteristics of the Tainos – Jamaica’s first people.
The Museums of History and Ethnography disseminates information to the public by mounting temporary exhibitions from the National Collections which houses over 17,000 artefacts. Some of our exhibitions include
Touch Tours – National Museum Jamaica’s new Educational Programme Continue
DaCosta House Research Paper (Kingston on t he Edge, KOTE 2015) By Charlotte Maus, Assistant Curator National Museum Jamaica Continue
National Museum Jamaica is seeking photographs, articles of clothing and memories for its upcoming fashion exhibition…. Continue
National Museum Jamaica is calling for digital copies of any old photographs of Montego Bay and Western Jamaica… Continue
Taino Display; In order to satisfy students’ need for historical data and historic material culture… Continue
Make a booking or tour reservation prior to your visit. Impromptu/Drop in visitors are just as welcomed! Continue