Monuments & Relics Commission

“Preserving Monuments and Relics and Cultural Heritage
Assets for present, past and future generations”
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Friday 10th July 2020, 11:22

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Ann you making a good point, that point is from an experience thought.

MRC is doing a great job , I like this cultural education hope u continue bringing it especially for our children

Infact me dae bee use me contry pot back for keep me drinking wata , let be African cos Africa is the only place where we can breath.

Mrc kudos hope you bring this program frequently to our people.

Support you cultural Na salone

Very interesting and Educative program. Keep it's up guys

Well educative and interactive program. Well done guys and kudos to Team MRC

Francis Momoh indeed financing is a concern

Thanks for the share, due to time difference I was not able to make the live but looking forward to catching up.. thanks for posting!

God bless you

We must rewrite our storylines again

Culture is pivotal in every sphere of the sector



Ok Farray, yes, opportunities

Job well done

Siarraously surprising. Thanks for watching

Alimamy Kay

Jaykay. Thanks man




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Tuesday 7th July 2020, 14:50

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The Monuments and Relics Commission (MRC) was established in 1948 following the passing by Parliament of the Monuments and Relics Ordinance in 1946. The mandate of the Commission, spelt out in the Public Ordinance No. 12 of 1946, is to provide for ‘the preservation of Ancient, historical and natural monuments, relics and other objects of archaeological, ethnographical, historical or other scientific interest’. The Commission was set up as a semi-autonomous corporate body, with its members appointed by the government.

What we do?

Out of the many things we do at Monuments and Relics Commission, here are a few. 

Heritage Preservation

We preserve historic sites which are in danger and help keep them clean and intact at all time

Site Development

We redevelop fallen historic sites in the best way closest to its original look thus helping visitors to get a clearer picture.

Sites Marketing

Our Education & Outreach Officer delivers who we are and what we do along with ongoing projects.

Historic Tours

Let us take you on a very interesting if not touching historic tour across Freetown and our provincial Heritage Sites.

Site Promotion

We promote historic sites thus encouraging visitors from all around the world to visit and get a glimpse of the realities.


Our Research & Development Officer and other partners are always doing their research to keep our archive up to date.

Who we've worked with

Would you like to start a project with us or contact us?

Just call us on this line from 8:30a.m. - 4:30p.m. every Monday - Friday or leave us a quick message using our contact us form.