Alexandre Sènou Adandé Ethnographic Museum
The Alexandre Sènou Adandé" Ethnographic Museum is a museum in Porto Novo, Benin. It was established in 1957 by the Dahomey Institute.
Pitt Rivers Museum
Benin’s art is royal art. It was made to glorify the divine king, or Oba, and to honour great kings of the past. It is primarily made of cast brass and ivory.
Ouidah Museum of History
The Ouidah Museum of History is an historical museum in Ouidah, Benin. The Ouidah Museum of History contains a wealth of objects and illustrations of historic and cultural significance, which together gives the visitor an intimate understanding of the region's past.
Museum of Returned African Art
Based in Benin, once the gateway of the slave trade and now one of Africa's most democratic countries, the future Museum of Returned African Art would exhibit a small share of the countless artistic jewels that have disappeared from the region over the past 150-200 years.
The Abomey Historical Museum, under the tutelage of the Ministry of Culture and Communications, was created in 1943. Situated on the palatial site on UNESCO's World Heritage list since 1985, its Internet-based access is innovating for a regional museum. It is a culmination of history, living culture and tourism.