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The Kuti Heritage Museum


15 Nepa Road, Isabo 111102, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria



+234 808 369 0082

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4.30 (181 reviews)

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Working Hours

  • Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
  • Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm
  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 9 am to 5 pm
  • Tuesday: 9 am to 5 pm
  • Wednesday: 9 am to 5 pm
  • Thursday: 9 am to 5 pm


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  • 4Kelechi A. 3 months ago
    The Kuti Heritage Museum lets you in on the historic Kuti Family of Abeokuta. You get to see period furniture, in the bedrooms, dining area, sitting room &c. The most interesting aspect for me, as a history enthusiast, was the main building itself and not the adjoining one. Seeing wooden flooring, staircase etc was a delight. Old photographs are hoisted on the walls across different rooms. The adjoining structure boasts of a massive photographic exhibition, you should definitely see it. It costs ₦2,000 (as at January 2023) per person to get a tour of the museum.

  • 5Ayomide V. 3 months ago
    A ordinary looking place with such enormous history, which significance how far and impactful we all can be irrespective of where we come from, I had a good time here, totally worth it if you visit abeokuta.

  • 4Tope Johnson (. 4 months ago
    Great to learn about the Kuti family and the role they played in our history.

  • 5Sodipo T. 5 months ago
    Lots of antiques, and distinct items to behold. I also learned a lot about the Kuti's dead or alive.

  • 4Tunde T. 6 months ago
    The one-story building, with an exterior that makes it stand out in the area, preserves some of the family’s household items: antique seats, glassware, beds, dining table, rugs, wall art, family portraits and more. And not to mention the period-defining floor boards, bath tubs, light switches and a narrow, wooden stairway that have been there all along.

  • 3Olukayode A. 1 year ago
    Nice to view the Ransome Kuti family heritage, the Kuti parents, both father mother were quite important, well educated and successful. Although Funmilayo Ransome Kuti was more popular. The building and artifacts needs a bit of maintenance and preservation otherwise it will begin to fall apart.

  • 4Mofolusade S. 1 year ago
    So much history preserved. We learnt the egba anthem and got to see actual furniture from way back

  • 3Nurudeen O. 1 year ago
    Nice place, I love the quietude in there and how the building was left to give the generation what living in the past used to be like

  • 3Jeremiah D. 1 year ago
    It was beautiful knowing about the Kuti heritage, however so much needs to be done to show how important that family has been to the history of Nigeria

  • 5Olumuyiwa A. 1 year ago
    The museum was named after the famous Kuti family in NEPA Road, Abeokuta. It is the house where the matriarch of the family, Funmilayo Ransome Kuti who was also the first woman to drive a car in Nigeria. The house contains pictures of the life history of the family and the old house was maintained. The house was built with wood and the wood is maintained by the Ogun state government. The house looks clean and well maintained. Though the day I went there, there was no one there so we could not have a guide to show around. It's really a place people should see as part of Nigeria's history.

  • 5Wole A. 1 year ago
    A history told like no other. Great works.

  • 52 O. 1 year ago
    The place is around isabo , Nepa Bus stop precisely, its along the road but if you are not looking closely you might miss it , it house the Fela clan history and all the things about culture you need to know about the family of Late Fela family

  • 5Ochonma C. 2 years ago
    I love the kuti's museum. The decorations, the setting and the way it was easily located.

  • 5Rolayo W. 2 years ago
    Family home of the RANSOM-KUTI's. Very interesting place to visit as you learn not only the history of the family but important parts of Nigerian history. You can also take photographs. Quite cheap too- was ₦1000 in July, 2021. Tour guide did a good job. If you are in Abeokuta, stop by.

  • 5Yusuf A. 2 years ago
    I went to my hometown Abeokuta,for the Eid holiday.Whilst deliberating on where to hangout,a friend of mine informed me about The Kuti Heritage Museum;then I decided to go visiting in the company of my friends. It is the monumental home of the Ransome-Kutis of Abeokuta.The historical edifice was given a facelift by the Ogun State government,then converted into a Museum some years back,in honour of the Kuti family and also to preserve their legacy. After touring the building, there's a garden at the backyard where you can have drinks and grill with your friends and family in a very serene and low-noise setting.

  • 5Emerald W. 3 years ago
    Located on Nepa road, Isabo Abeokuta, Ogun state, Nigeria. Kuti heritage museum used to be the home of the famous afro beat legend Fela Anikulapo kuti. Built in the 1930s, the edifice preserves some of the belongings of the kuti's including chief Mrs Fumilayo Ransom Kuti's Car. The museum holds rich history and information about the prominent family that once lived in it. The museum compound also houses a restaurant and an open air bar with an afrobeat live band. It's such a beautiful place to visit and a great experience.

  • 5Rufai L. 3 years ago
    The Kuti Heritage Museum is actually the home of the well known Kuti family. Yes, the popular Fela and Mama Olufunmilayo's home. The place stands in a very nice environment. And there are your guides available to take around the building. It's a really nice vintage home. And there is also a provision for you and your family or friends to sit, eat and gist after or before going on the walk around the building. Plus, mama funmilayo's first car is still in the compound. Remember, she was stated to be the first woman to drive a car in Nigeria.

  • 5obiwuru c. 3 years ago
    Once again the adventurous me found the Museum on Google and I ventured to visit. The tour was a quick one as the place was just recently launched an hadnt begun full operations. Come experience the lineage of the Kuti family and where they lived as children!

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