The museum is a quite big distance from the city centre but very well connected from the Montgomery station.
Located in a beautiful park, must be very scenic during late spring and early summer.
The museum contains a great deal of exhibits from Central Africa, letting us know a bit better what is the reality of people living in that region: their habits, traditions, surrounding area.
A separate part of museum is showing a historical reality of colonisation of Congo and it's way to liberty.
They are also holding a temporary exhibition of tropical spiders and scorpios, but if it is not your cup of tea, you can tour without missing any other part of museum but this one.
At cafeteria there is a chance to purchase a warm tea from central Africa. Naturally fair-trade.
Check the news on the website because the museum is closing somewhere around summer for a 2 year renovation.
A very unique place, I wanna come back there after it gets refreshed and see the new materials.
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