Located at the Hanover Workhouse/jail, a unique relic of Jamaica’s slave past, a symbol of the resistance waged by Africans to enslavement. The museum preserves and showcases material culture particular to the parish and western Jamaica, among them being Masquerade, and the strong African retentions of Hanover’s Nago-Etu communities.

 

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