The Nigerian national museum
Lover of Nok culture, terracotta pieces and other famous Nigerian history? The national museum is the ideal fun destination for that. Home to benin brasses, Late Murtala Muhammed's bullet ridden car. It offers you the opportunity to give your ignorance on Nigerian history a short life span.
Kalakuta Republic Museum
The Kalakuta museum is a 'living history' museum that gives an insight into the life and struggle of the late afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti.
Black Heritage Museum
Black Heritage museum with its relics from a non too romantic slave trade era takes you on a walk through the life of a slave.
Dedicated to the life and times of the great Afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti, this museum sited at his old residence preserves and shows Fela as he lived. Stay long enough and you just might catch a whiff of his infamous canabbis
Badagry Heritage Museum
About Badagry Heritage Museum A former district officer’s office built in 1863 in the ancient city of Badagry, this museum shows artifacts and works of the Nigerian history, even predating the slave trade era. The gallery is divided into eight subdivisions intended to take you on a slave history ride as you progress through the museum. Step in and come out amazed with the rich history and culture Nigeria has. The people of Badagry resisted the urge to let go of some of the artifacts in this museum as it forms part of the rich history. Safety Badagry Heritage Museum is relatively safe. Things to Do Get enlightened of the history of Badagry and also get to see some of the chains used during the slave trade era. What to Bring A fully charged camera. Best Features Artifacts that tells story about the history of Nigeria. Best Time to Visit Any period from 9am to 5pm as the locals are welcoming people and are always willing to take you on a tour of the facility. The museum is closed on Sundays though. Most Common Visitors Art lovers, historians, photographers, tourists. Why You Should Visit To learn about the pre-colonial era. Weather at Badagry Black Heritage Museum Badagry Black Heritage Museum is located at the South-West part of Nigeria. This region has just two seasons which is the dry and rainy season. The rainy season comes from the month of May till early August while the dry season comes from the month of October till April. Usually, between the month of December and February Harmattan come along.
Legacy Railway Museum
There is a saying that the pride of a nation lies in the ability to preserve its heritage by transmitting story of the past to the succeeding generations. There is no better demonstration of this than the rehabilitating works done on the Jaekel House.
Awolowo's prison home
Awolowo's prison home is a muesuem located in the Lekki trade free zone that holds pieces of items from chief Awolowo's prison experience. The museum aims to take you on a walk through his prison journey. After the tour, there is a beach behind where you can bask in the sun's radiance as you ponder the struggle of one of the nation's founding fathers.
The first private non-profit museum in Nigeria opens its doors for you to see Nigeria through its works of paintings, sculpture and bronze statues from different eras.
Mindscapes Children's Museum
Ever looked at your kid stuck in front of the TV and worried they aren't having as much social interaction as you will like? Mindscapes is a great place to come to and allow their natural curiosity run wild.
History of Jaekel Museum Named after the Late Francis Jaekel, a former superintendent of the corporation, who retired after almost thirty years serving the corporation. Built in 1898, Jeakel House was formerly the residence of the General Manager before it became a senior staff rest house. The building which is described by many as a classic colonial architecture has been standing for over 100 years and it was restored in 2010 by professor John Godwin as the Legacy and Railway Museum. About Jaekel Museum It is a railway and Legacy museum archiving images of personalities, places and historical events in pre and post independent Nigeria, from 1940s through 1970s. Safety There is no threat to safety here. Things to Do Take a tour of the museum and learn about the rich history of Nigeria and her people. What to Bring Before heading to Jaekel Railway Museum, here are some things to take along; a good camera to take selfies and a notepad to take notes. Best Features The architecture of its building is just amazing. Best Time to Visit Jaekel Museum Saturdays are the best times to visit this hotel as there would be a tour guide available during this periods. The museum is closed on Sundays. Most Common Visitors They include; researchers, art enthusiasts. Weather at Jaekel Museum Jaekel Museum is located at the South-West part of Nigeria. This region has just two seasons which is the dry and rainy season. The rainy season comes from the month of May till early August while the dry season comes from the month of October till April. Usually, between the month of December and February Harmattan come along.
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