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One truly needs to take in the JNG when visiting Kingston and the island. It contains a number of permanent gallery spaces well worth a visit. Also the quality of showcased exhibitions are brilliant. I high recommend a visit.
If you are into the art or not, visit this place, you will not regret it. The gallery has a good spectrum of modern and historic art. It is very well curated and not very busy, so you can enjoy the Gallery at leasure
Enjoyed the different historical and present themes that emerged from the diverse exhibits. Also if you are student you can bring your student id regardless of what country you are from to get the fee waived. There were also nice artwork to purchase too.
I didn't think there was that much Jamaican art, just because I'd Never heard of any famous artists, but this museum, though small, is a great lesson in art, history and culture of the island. They're renovating to expand the exhibition rooms, and regularly have...More
The gallery of Jamaica art is an oasis of calm in the mad house that is Kingston Jamaica. Quiet, serene and air conditioned it is a lovely spot to spend a few hours. I am not an art lover by any means but I love...More
The National Gallery of Jamaica showcases a number of permanent galleries of Jamaican art as well as a variety of temporary exhibitions. It is located near to the Kingston waterfront and is worth a visit if you appreciate art. Even if art is not your...More
This is one of my memorable places to visit. Each exhibit is like a new adventure. The layout of the gallery itself adds to the 'alice-in-wonderland' experience with pathways and corridors leading you to discover surprise collections. This is a hidden gem in Downtown Kingston...More
Date of visit: December 2017
Today we went to the Jamaican Nataional Gallery. This art museum is out of the “tourist” area but well worth a short drive or cab ride for the visit. There is a car park for the museum for a mere...More