We just had the oppurtunity of going on a tour to the Jankanoo Educulture that is run by Arlene and her husband Silbert. The do such a wonderful job at explaining the history of Junkanoo and why it is so important to the Bahamian culture. We spent around an hour with them in a group of 15. The museum is in the house Arlene grew up which has a very special atmosphere. WE then went on to see how the coutumes are made and got to take part in what the Bahamians do twice yearly at christmas time and New Year. We got to taste some Junkanoo drinks and each got our own Junkanoo whistle. Then we made so much noise and had a lot of fun. WE got to take some amazing pictures with the Junkanoo headgear. All in all, I would rate this place on a scale of 1-5 a 5, especially if you have small children and also the adults had a lot of fun we got to be kids again. She has a website where you can book ahead, which is what we did. A must do, not far from downtown Nassau, we went on the no.10 bus and she gave us directions on how to get there. You also have the option of attending the whole hour there, but if you don't have time, then you could just do the museum. The entrance fee is very norminal compared to the experience you have there. It is small but very infortmative.
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