This city offers tremendous and ideal services to all our arrivals from abroad and also our African regions respectively. Many things to see as you walk along the colourful streets of Freetown, with very interesting colonial architectural board-houses. Freetown represents Sierra Leone’s history in heritage and multifusion of cultures and sense of hospitality as the great and famous Cotton stands in the city centre of Freetown serving as a major land mark between the Western and Eastern Areas respectively.
This ancient Tree happens to be the most visited attraction within the City centre; this huge tree is approximately 140 feet high with a wild spread of 160 feet supported by a massive bole whose circumference was about 80 feet on measurement. It may have grown larger than this almost the last 50 years later, but its age at that time was about 300-400 years old. When the Black poor arrived in 1787 they rested and prayed beneath this giant tree. Also the Nova Scotians, whose arrival in 1792 coincided with the naming of the city Freetown. Freetown is not completed without the Cotton Tree as it synonymous with Freetown.
Well, just adjacent to that ancient tree, one could find. Sierra Leone National Museum dated back (1957). This Museum stands adjacent to the National Cotton Tree, at the junction of Pademba Road and Siaka Steven. It is a repository of the country’s relics and various items of its heritage. it was established on December 10, 1957 10 years after a parliamentary 1947 had created the Monuments and Relics Commission.
Freetown awaits you as never before, many places to visit and more activities to do at your own time.
Freetown is Sierraously Surprising and offers you an forgettable nightlife. From Lumley Beach to Levuma beach or the peninsular the choice is yours to have a feel of all we have as destination.