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This museum is right across the street where they drop you off on the #10 bus. We took about an hour to tour and read the interactive displays this museum has. We learned about slavery in the Bahamas and emancipation of slaves. It cost $6...More
If you’re in Nassau not just for the beach but also for some of its history then do go visit the slavery/emancipation exhibit at the old slave sales house. It’s more of an exhibition than a museum (it’s 1 big room with lots of vision...More
The museum is a small, but informative place in a historic building where slaves used to be sold. Took my parents who are from China and they enjoyed it and learned a lot! It was only mildly depressing at some points but managed to highlight...More
Those in a vacationing mood might hesitate before entering a museum devoted to a topic as painful and heavy as slavery, but it's well worth the visit. The decision to dedicate the museum to emancipation and freedom as well as slavery was a nice reframe....More
Its a cheap admission one room museum, the content inside is interesting, lots of writing about different points of history. It's also a lot more positive than expected, focusing on, as the name suggests, the end of slavery and emancipation of the people rather than...More
This is a very well done museum. It is emotionally draining as you can imagine, but also awe inspiring as you get to see the evolution of the Bahamian people and what an amazing rich culture they have. I learned so much and our greeter...More
Small and easy to do, this museum is chock filled with information on the history of the Bahamas. More importantly it offers an excellent overview of the Atlantic slave trade and it’s impact. It’s located beside the historic slave market and just steps away from...More