76 King Street, Kingston, Jamaica, W.I.

About Us

In 1987, the Government of Jamaica led by the Hon. Edward Seaga, in celebration of Garvey’s centenary, purchased the building and through the Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT) declared it a national monument. Liberty Hall was re-opened on October 20, 2003, Jamaica’s National Heroes Day in a grand ceremony on King Street. Liberty Hall is a living monument to Marcus Garvey. Once again it provides facilities for education, entertainment, and enrichment of spirit for people in Jamaica and visitors. The primary mission of Liberty Hall: The Legacy of Marcus Garvey is to inform the public about the work of Jamaica’s First National Hero and to use his philosophy and Opinions to inspire excite and positively affect the self-identity of the Jamaican people while creating social and economic wealth.