Sierra Leone’s National Museum was opened in 1957. Inside you will find rare relics, contemporary artworks and many other artefacts that depict Sierra Leone’s history. It is the ideal location to understand Sierra Leone’s colonial past. The Museum is divided into two galleries. One house cultural and historical information, such as Temne Guerrilla leader Bai Bureh’s drum, clothes and sword. The other gallery is used for temporary exhibitions. Entrance to the museum is free and there are staff who are more than willing to give guided tours. In the pictures, you notice some of the photographs that are on display.
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