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Liberian National Museum

Broad Street, Monrovia, Liberia
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Poor exhibited items at the time being , no air condition ,definitely lots should be done for the... read more

Reviewed April 18, 2017
tina77g
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Athens, Greece
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The Liberian National Museum is a very nice and gives you a lot of information about the ancient... read more

Reviewed March 13, 2017
Alia B
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  • Excellent9%
  • Very good19%
  • Average47%
  • Poor16%
  • Terrible9%
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Broad Street, Monrovia, Liberia
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Reviewed April 18, 2017

Poor exhibited items at the time being , no air condition ,definitely lots should be done for the only place that shows the history of this country

Thank tina77g
Reviewed March 13, 2017 via mobile

The Liberian National Museum is a very nice and gives you a lot of information about the ancient times things. It shows you the FIRST money made by humans and different things. Please go there and see old and ancient things of Liberia.

Thank Alia B
Reviewed November 2, 2016

The museum was pretty well wrecked during the war. Since then the curators are slowly pulling the museum together and rebuilding the collection. Liberia is an interesting place with the Americo Liberian history as well as the 16 original tribal groups. This museum represents this...More

Thank Peter D
Reviewed October 21, 2016

Nice to visit this museum. It is not so big but very interesting to know Liberian culture and details.

Thank ManvendraVientiane
Reviewed September 7, 2016

It's worth the visit on a rainy day just for novelty's sake. There is not much to view there unfortunately that will give you much of a perspective of Liberian culture or history but it still provides a small insight.

Thank michaelellis79
Reviewed August 11, 2016 via mobile

Although many of the exhibits had been looted during the civil war, there was still plenty to see. There's plenty of insight into West African culture and tradition so if you can make time for a visit

Thank Midlagos
Reviewed August 7, 2016 via mobile

Was closed in faccia it's in restructuring and I'm haven't privilege to enter and see the museum for the next time

Thank Miguelangel D
Reviewed July 15, 2016

Good day trip, but museum leave something to be desired. Artifacts in museum would not compare to other museums in other countries.

Thank mweeks71
Reviewed June 17, 2016

This is the worst museum I've ever been to. The items are not always properly labeled, they are very dusty, and they are not many significant or unique items. Worst of all, I have attended exhibits at the Smithsonian's African Art Museum that had more...More

1  Thank Jefferson K
Reviewed June 4, 2016

It isn't a Louvre but still recommended to see during your visit to Liberia - ground floor is ethnographic - mostly masks, drums etc (sometimes quite similar to items sold in handicraft shops), first floor is for photographs of old Liberia and second floor for...More

Thank Mirka C
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