Lets Take A Trip To Badagry And Its History.

Badagry Founded in the early 15th century on a lagoon off the Gulf of Guinea, its protected harbour led to the town becoming a key port in the export of slaves to the Americas, which were mainly...

Badagry Black Heritage Museum.

  The Badagry Black Heritage Museum housed in the former district officer’s office built in 1863, holds hundreds of artifacts and historical relics that chronicle more than 300 years of the movement...

The Signature Gallery

Signature was established in 1992, to cater for the framing and promotion of African art. They have since expanded their product lines to include furniture and accessories as well as architectural interior...

The National Museum, Onikan

The National Museum was founded in 1957 by the English archaeologist Kenneth Murray. He had arrived in Nigeria in 1927 and initially worked as an art teacher. One of his students was the prolific and renowned...

The Jaekel House Museum

The Jaekel house is a beautifically restored classic colonial mansion, located within the grounds of the Nigerian Railway Corporaton, Ebute-Metta, which is on Lagos mainland. It is now a mini Museum and photo...

The Nike Art Gallery

The Nike Centre for Art and Culture is a gallery on 5 floors and is home to a rich and vast collection of paintings, sculpture and works, which are deeply rooted in the diversity of the Nigerian and African...

The Badagry Heritage Museum

The Badagry town played a prominent role in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, which explains the location of the Heritage museum within this historic locale. The museum’s habitat is a well-preserved example of...

Kalakuta Republic Museum

Legendary musician Fela Kuti’s former house and revolutionary headquarters is now a fascinating museum with everything intact from Fela’s bedroom to his underwear. Breath deep and you may even catch a...