Learn, Explore art, Ceremony, Attend public lectures
History of Ebohon Cultural Centre Ebohon Cultural Centre was established in 1965. Built by High Priest Osemwegie Ebohon in 1965.
A cultural centre for art, traditional religion and research centre for traditional sciences and the unsolved mysteries, this is a sacred place for the Ebohon worshipers. Security/Safety of Ebohon Cultural Centre This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Ebohon Cultural Centre, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Camera to capture the sights and take selfies with A local guide to help you navigate the Do's and Don't's Best Features Approaching the centre, one will see that there are four giant wrought-iron gates and a fifth pedestrian gate leading into the open grounds or premises of the centre. The gates are Iwowa Gate; which leads to the centre’s museum, dining centre, bar and the Obanamen, Ivie Gate; which leads to the reception room, Ohiovbu Gate; the smallest of the gates, and Iyayimwan Gate; which admits tourists into the centre and is also called the Marriage Gate. Around the centre are statures of guardians and deities who all play a role in the spirituality of the centre. Most common visitors A centre where traditional religion and divinity is practiced, it sees a lot of curious tourists and people seeking aid in one way or the other.