Trip Planner: Caribbean / Haiti / Ouest Department / Port-au-Prince / Musee du Pantheon National Haitien
Discover more about Haiti's heritage with a visit to Musee du Pantheon National Haitien, a national museum focusing on the heroes of independence and culture. View several items of national importance, including the gun that King Christophe--a key leader in the Haitian Revolution--used to commit suicide, as well as the bell rung to declare the arrival of independence. The museum also houses sections on the native Taino people, Spanish colonization, and slavery. Consider taking an expert guided tour, available in French, Creole, or English. Using our world travel planner, Port-au-Prince attractions like Musee du Pantheon National Haitien can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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This museum is so nicely laid out and informative. And, we had a tour guide, Mr. Venold, who was spectacular. We learned so much about the origins and culture of Haiti. more »
This museum contains the remains of our national heroes. It is one of the greatest Haitian national heritage. A place that brings us back to our history and our culture. This is the memory of our... more »
The building itself builds suspense as you descend beneath ground to visit the sacred remains of Haiti’s forefathers and then learn a bit about pre-Colonial life on the island and then the intriguing.... more »
Great museum, Amazing place to retrace our history. We had a great time learning about Haitian history. A place for historical research. Interesting architecture and history.
Great museum, full of interesting information about Haiti's struggle for independence. There aren't any English descriptions, but there may be a staff member that can show you around. There are many artefacts dating from independence to look at. The museum is well worth the small admission fee to get further insight into the nation of Haiti.
At MUPANAH you can find full History about the Slave revolution and the Haiti Independence.
A shining gem in Port au Prince where one can learn the history of this dynamic nation. Full of artifacts arranged to visually lead you through from uprising to today along with knowledgeable guides, this is a place to not miss. Remember, first and foremost, this is a tomb of respected leaders so remove your hat and take no pictures. The brochure says they take American dollars and they reluctantly accepted ours however Haitian Gourde is now the only accepted payment.
Good place to learn about history of Haiti. Unfortunately labels and explanations are in French only.
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