President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has urged Liberians to protect, maintain, and defend the refurbished National Museum to enable it to grow.
The National Museum of Liberia, which was neglected during Liberia’s protracted civil crisis and saw many of its items stolen, has come alive again.
The long-delayed reopening of the National Museum of Liberia has now been scheduled for Wednesday, November 29.
Since the music promotion website came to the scene, it has dominated as the premier online source for Liberian music. Now, Tunes Liberia is gearing up to take the next step – the launch of its first annual music awards in Monrovia.
Rarely do you meet someone visiting Liberia purely for tourism. Meet Danay Bustamente, who describes herself as a passionate traveler, dancer, and dreamer. When she visited Liberia in March of this year, it was the 89th country she had been to as she was making her way across West Africa by public transportation. A Cuban who lives in Germany, she had come from Nigeria and was going through Sierra Leone next.
Beyond the Lens is a series that highlight the wonderful people, places, nature, and culture that weave the fabric which is Liberia. William V. S. Tubman was the 19th president of Liberia and also regarded as “the father of modern Liberia.” About 10 minutes out of Totota, Tubman had an exotic getaway farm, which was…
On the commemoration of World Tourism Day in Liberia, stakeholders within the sector have advanced new concepts to improve the sector and make it sustainable for development.
I’ve only been to Yekepa once, but it was the most adventurous experience I’ve ever had in Liberia.