About National Museum Jos
The National Museum in Jos was dispatched in 1952 by Bernard Fagg, a British classicist and historical center custodian, and is perceived as a standout amongst other exhibition halls in the nation. It has one extensive display lobby and two little ones.
The gallery is famous for its paleohistory and its Pottery Hall has an extraordinary gathering of finely created earthworks of art from all finished Nigeria.
It is Nigeria's first real historical center of ancient pieces and the second exhibition hall set up in the nation after the one in Esie, close Ilorin.
The historical center is home to some fine examples of Nok earthenware heads and ancient rarities dating from between 500 BC and 200 AD.