MUSEUMS BURKINA FASO
Musée de Manega or Manega Museum is a museum located 55 km (34 mi) northwest of the city Ouagadougou, in the village of Manega, Burkina Faso. It was established by Titinga Frédéric Pacéré, a Burkinabe solicitor and writer with over twenty books and 60 volumes to his name and with a keen interest in the culture of his native country.
National Museum of Music
The National Museum of Music is located in Ouagadougou, (Burkina Faso) in a two-story building on Oubritenga Avenue on the south side of the Phillipe Zinda Kabore School. The building that once housed the Association for the Development of African Architecture and Urban Planning (ADAUA), was renovated to accommodate the museum. The building is in Sudanese Sahelian style with dome-shaped roofs.The museum is in the centre of the city and is easily accessible to the general public.