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# 2  |  Nelly  |  2012-08-05
Yes the building is still sntading. It is on the outskirts of the centre of Calabar and houses a museum on Nigerian and African history. It is very very good and has alot of artefacts, documents and a free guided tour can be obtained if you ask nicely at the gate. Make sure you leave at least 2 hours to go around it though as it is very comprehensive. The views from the house are outstanding and you can see right down the creek on a good day and get a 'birds eye' view of the town. Okada is the only way there as far as I am aware unless you have your own transport but can't remember parking area being there. There is a restaurant/cafe there where you can get a snack which is quite likley to be needed given the amount of time you're likley to spend there if you have even a marginal interest in African history. Enjoy!!
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