Exhibitions are a very important part of the function of National Museum Jamaica, as this is one of the main ways that the museum disseminates information to the public. These exhibitions can be either temporary or permanent, and features a range of subject matter all focused on Jamaica’s history and ethnography.

The museum is also open to collaborating with or hosting exhibitions of local and international entities with similar missions to National Museum Jamaica.

Current exhibitions at our East Street location include:
• Who were the Taino?
• Treasures, Mysteries and Stories
• Ubuntu

Past exhibitions include:
• The Dolls of Japan: Shapes of Prayer, Embodiments of Love.
• The spirit of Budō: The History of Japan’s Martial Arts.
• The Rastafari
• War…Lest We Forget
• Jamaica 50: Constructing a Nation