A fascinating small gem of a museum in a beautiful traditional town house, built around a small courtyard. It is set on two floors, and each room contains items from different African regions and tribes. I have an especial interest in textiles and jewellery design, and I found plenty to delight and inspire me. Photography is allowed, although tricky in naturally lit rooms with artefacts in glazed cases - a pleasant challenge. There are some wonderfully carved wooden doors or gates, leather articles, ceramics and all sorts. Small but perfectly formed, with no souvenir shop at the end. I agree with other reviewers - well worth the visit and the admission cost.
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