It's well worth spending a couple of hours in the Museum. When we stopped by the electricity supply was at first not working so one of the guides accompanied us with a large floursecent torch which illuminated the exhibits. There were some interesting cultural artefacts and prehistory dispalys in a couple of rooms. It wouldn't take long to go around the glass cases.
For me the best part of the museum was to go out the back where a number of artisans were producing items that were eventually for sale. It was meant to represent a Hausa village and some of the dwellings looked authentic. The old man making metal objects in small sand moulds was particularly interesting. He proudly showed us a well thumbed book of designs for a wide range of objects like spoons and charms. There were also women weaving with hand looms. I recall long lengths of cloth which must have taken ages to create.
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Sorry to say this , it's the worst Indian restaurant i have dined so far in Nigeria, in term of the worst taste , the food we have ordered as Indian Mutton Briyani , Mutton Kurma and a chicken curry does not even match the name given !!!!!!! i suppose they are just running this restaurant just for the sake of the Co joined Hotel and a Bar i nthe same compound !!!!!!! and they are charging the Service Charge for the worst service with the waiter dont even bother to ask anything rather then watching live soccer match on the TV during our visit there.