Museum Ogier-Fombrun, Montrouis

(4/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Gain an understanding of the somber history of Haitian slavery at Museum Ogier-Fombrun. Set on a beautiful old sugar cane plantation, the museum offers a confronting portrayal of life in the fields. Ask for a well-informed and enthusiastic guide, who can give you and in-depth look at the exhibition, illustrating the enslavement, and eventual rebellion of the people here. Don’t forget your sunscreen and bug spray when you’re out in the grounds. Arrange to visit Museum Ogier-Fombrun and other attractions in Montrouis using our Montrouis trip itinerary planner.
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  • This former sugar cane farm is one of the few to have survived history related to that of slavery, the Museum is well presented and highlights pages of painful history. Must see!
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  • beautiful artifacts and a very interesting guide, not stingy about what wrong with his country, take the time to talk with him, you will understand the flop of the NGOs in the country
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  • Very interesting, we learn a lot about the history of the country and slavery. I recommend it
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  • These guys put a kids water trampoline above coral reefs, so if ur child falls off thet could hurt themselves. Either way it was pretty OK.
  • Wonderful overview of Haiti's amazing history. Mesi anpil.
  • It was not worth the time.
  • Nice ambiance with beach front.
  • We had a lot of mishaps. Firstly the first day 3 people on 5 of my room took a buffet. The next day we announce coincidentally that the rule has changed and everyone in the room take the buffet or any person takes the buffet. Secondly the 'suite' that we have paid $ 300 per night was nothing special (except a mini freezer pay drinks with TV). On the other hand, electricity is dark in the middle of the night and we we complain to get compensation. In short we had a lot of mishaps despite that the range was not bad.
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