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The museum looks good. However, some pieces of information about certain items are wrong. For example, Ikot Ekpene is in Akwa Ibom not in Cross River State.
Publicity of the museum is low. Hence, people rarely get to visit. Entry fee is ₦200 and you...More
We decided to go visit the national museum during the Eid public holiday. We were pleasantly surprised. Our tour guide "Figaro" was the absolute best and tickets only cost 1000naira for 8 of us. There's so much to see...old currencies...the car Murtala Mohd died in...More
Not being a native Nigerian it was interesting seeing some aspects of the Countries history. However, as a National Museum I expected to see more there. But entry was only 200N per person so it is affordable for most. There are 4 main areas spread...More
This is a place for those interested in learning about the country and what it was like thousands of years ago. The National Museum, Onikan, Lagos is also a place for the tourist who is visiting Nigeria for the first time. It is the first...More
I had little knowledge about the historical existence of the country so i made up my mind to tour the national museum because it is a 10 miles from where i was living, i saw so many artifacts and the car that former head of...More
So glad I took a tour of this place and saw the beautiful artifacts they had in their museum and gained more knowledge of the history. But I was truly dissapointed with all of the trash in the courtyard area. I would think this would...More
I recently returned from the National Museum Benin City and I compared it with the one in Lagos. This is feedback from my clients who happen to have experienced the two museums. For Ambient (Lagos 0, Benin 10) Organisation (Lagos 0, Benin 10) Content (Lagos...More
There is No AC in the building so it really takes away your ability to enjoy the history and culture there .
One thing they have kept in its original condition that stands out is the vehicle in which President Murtala Mohammed was assassinated in....More
I was at National Muesum recently invited by some young artists who had their first exhibition just fresh from school.They partnered with the Sickle cell Aid foundation with the good intention to raise funds. Few people attended and not surprising - the place is nearly...More
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Hi queen S! I don't know how you want to spend your day but 24th and 25th of November is not a Nigerian holiday so I will advice you go on a Sunday because there won't be hectic traffic in Lagos as regards to where you are... More
Hi queen S! I don't know how you want to spend your day but 24th and 25th of November is not a Nigerian holiday so I will advice you go on a Sunday because there won't be hectic traffic in Lagos as regards to where you are coming from.
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No need to write letter you can just arrive but depending on age and number of kids you may want to take extra help as they don't permit touching of the exhibits. I would advise that for kids under 10 there is not really... More
No need to write letter you can just arrive but depending on age and number of kids you may want to take extra help as they don't permit touching of the exhibits. I would advise that for kids under 10 there is not really much to see they would understand, its more for older ones and adults. The open daily but close at 3.30 pm.