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Badagry Heritage Museum Tours

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Badagry Heritage Museum
The Badagry Heritage Museum houses hundreds of artifacts and historical relics chronicling the transportation of slaves through Badagry, which was one of many areas in Africa where slaves were traded before being sent to America. From the beginning of the 16th century, Badagry was one of the main slavery ports on the West African coast, and it is estimated that approximately 550,000 slaves passed through this route. 

There are nine galleries to explore within this one-­storey museum, which takes visitors on a journey through sobering reminders of the slave trade, with documents, shackles, photographs, and other salvaged records from this dark period in the city’s history. However, the museum also explores the history and culture of the area during the pre­ and post-slavery eras, with artefacts and records of the people who inhabited Badagry.

In addition to the museum itself, the entire town of Badagry serves as a living historical museum, from the open market where slaves were auctioned, to the exit route used in the 17th and 18th centuries, known as the Point of No Return.

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Badagry is situated around a two-­hour drive from Lagos. Most visitors opt to hire a tour guide to show them around the Badagry Black Heritage Museum and explain the history of the area.
Address: Marina GRA Road, Badagry, Nigeria
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Historic Day Tour of Badagry Town from LagosDay Trips

Historic Day Tour of Badagry Town from Lagos

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Depart Lagos on a historic day tour of Badagry, a coastal town that was one of West Africa's first slave ports. Visit the Badagry slave market site and the Point of No Return, where captured Africans left for the Americas to meet their fate. See an early missionaries cemetery and explore the Slave Trade Relics Museum, telling the slave trade story through artifacts like ceramic bowls once exchanged for lives. Badagry is also home to the Baracoon, cells where slaves stayed shackled with neck chains and mouth locks for months.
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  • 1 day
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  • 1 day
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Explore Badagry Slave RouteAttraction Tickets

Explore Badagry Slave Route

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This tour stops explores the historical Badagry slave route and visits relics, museums and ancient buildings that tell the story of Nigeria' evolution as a country. We will pick you up in a private, air-conditioned vehicle and lunch packs as well as cold soft drinks and water will be provided. You will also have a photographer to document the experience for you. The TVP experience is the authentic experience.
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  • 10 hours
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  • 10 hours

Badagry Historic Town and Coconut BeachHalf-day Tours

Badagry Historic Town and Coconut Beach

I shall pick you up at your hotel or location of choice at 7. 30a.m in a chauffeured, air-conditioned sedan or SUV. We will then drive through towards the boundary of Lagos where Badagry town is situated. The first point if call will be the town's Heritage Museum which houses sculptures depicting slaves in chains, actual chains used during the trade and various art works. We shall then move on to the 'Aqia tree' monument point where Christianity was first preached in Nigeria. We shall also visit other areas of attraction such as the Badagry market, the King's palace, the coconut beach and board a boat to the 'Island of No Return' where the slaves were routed through to the ships taking them to foreign countries. We shall have light snacks during our stay in Badagry so feel free to come with food to picnic or buy local delicacies. Our trip back to your hotel or any location in Lagos you request will commence at 2. 30p.m through the same vehicle.
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  • 6 hours
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Experience BadagryMulti-day Tours

Experience Badagry

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We have best tour operating ethical and duly registered organisation in the whole of Badagry. Our tour guide are neat, patient, humane, respectful and multi-lingual. We also, give the opportunity to our tourists to pick their choice tour guide (Gender or Religion).
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  • 3 days
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  • 3 days
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Heritage Tour of Nigeria, 8 DaysOvernight Tours

Heritage Tour of Nigeria, 8 Days

On this 8 day Destination Nigeria Tour, you will visit the main commercial city of Lagos, the slave heritage town of Badagry; purchase Batik fabrics at Itoku market; drive through Ibadan and Oyo in the Yoruba heartland; view the mysterious Esie soapstone statues; visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Oxun Shrine. You will also visit the ancient city of Ile-Ife the Yoruba cradle of creation and climb the historic Idanre hills. See the nearly built political city of Nigeria, Abuja.
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  • 2 days
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  • 2 days
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