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Attended the book launch of the year

Beautiful venue with lots of historical charm. It is spacious, and great for the kind of occasion... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
tpmugadza
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Monrovia, Liberia
Interesting Building

Quick visit, the hall is well kept, and the security guard gave me a nice tour... Definitely worth... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
mahme
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Monte-Carlo, Monaco
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The hall was built in 1947, to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the country's independence, and is situated on the inauguration spot for Liberia's presidents.
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  • Very good56%
  • Average11%
  • Poor0%
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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Beautiful venue with lots of historical charm. It is spacious, and great for the kind of occasion we were attending.

Thank tpmugadza
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Quick visit, the hall is well kept, and the security guard gave me a nice tour... Definitely worth visiting along with the National Museum.

Thank mahme
Reviewed 9 February 2017

very nice to see. not too big. I was able to go inside and see that is where the "elections" are done. they have all the "presidents" of Liberia on the wall and the time they served. educational and nice place to stop by

Thank krazyray42
Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

A such the Pavilion was not open for visit at the time of my travel to Liberia but you can still go around outside. The main entrance and the statues were under renovation at that time. More important than the Pavilion and the National Museum...More

Thank Paccaud F
Reviewed 20 February 2016

I like Monrovia, and I like to see some of the buildings with a bit of history, so I enjoyed looking at the Centennial Pavilion. Quite a nice building compared to many others in Monrovia, and it's been newly renovated. It has pictures of all...More

Thank WAnnika
Reviewed 30 January 2015

Whilst on a visit to the National Museum, I also took time to visit the Pavillion, which is next door to the museum. Parking is good for both. I did not have to pay any entry fee, and was not asked for a donation, though...More

1  Thank koyli
Reviewed 8 September 2014

I visited the Pavilion on the National Flag Day to observed the Ceremony. It's a very Nice and Decent Place to be especially on the country's Holiday.

1  Thank BobbyValentineo
Reviewed 11 June 2013

The staff have done a lot of hard work to keep the hall in top shape. It feels and smells a little like a church, but Liberia is a place of deep faith, so it really fits. There is a eye-grabbing mural of the declaration...More

2  Thank Bear W
Reviewed 16 November 2011

Monrovia, Liberia's Centennial Pavilion is a centerpiece for modern Liberian History. For decades, all formal government functions were conducted there, ranging from Presidential inaugurations to state funerals to elite weddings. President William V.S. Tubman, Liberia's head of state for 27 years, was buried there. It...More

8  Thank GlobalNomadTCK
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