The Ogier-Fombrun Museum is a « must see » site for anyone visting Haïti. Located only 5 minutes away from the Royal Decameron hotel, this charming museum is nested within the renovated ruins of an 18th-century sugarcane plantation. Inside, a wide collection of authentic artifacts narrate the history of the Haitian nation, from its Taino origins, followed by the Spanish and French colonial periods, up to 1804 when Haiti became independent. The ride to get there is fun and agreeable, since transport is provided by a “Tap-Tap”, a colorfully painted camionnette, which is the typical Haitian means of transportation. The visitors are warmly welcomed by enthusiast local guides who will tell them about the culture and extraordinary history of this country, and a variety of souvenirs and art crafts are also available as taking away gifts at the Boutique.
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