The Comboni Museum
The Comboni Museum, housed within the Comboni Mission Center at 1318 Nagel Road in Cincinnati, contains more than 1,000 artefacts - many one of a kind - from Africa, Latin America, and other parts of the world.
From a seventeen-foot python skin to a desert sheik’s sword, these artefacts will draw your attention - and the stories behind them will broaden your awareness and understanding of the lives and history of our global brothers and sisters.
For a unique opportunity to learn about and experience other cultures and life in mission, we cordially invite you to come and visit us. By appointment, one of our missionaries will guide you in a tour, sharing information and compelling first-hand accounts of their personal experiences.
The Comboni Missionaries warmly invite you, or your group, to schedule a tour of our museum.
When: Monday – Friday
Where: 1318 Nagel Road, Cincinnati (Anderson Township), Ohio 45255
Hours: 8:00 – 4:00 p.m.
New for 2012: The Comboni Missionaries, working in collaboration with friends from the Art Academy of Cincinnati, have created a video catalogue of our museum artefacts. For a quick “virtual tour” – please scroll through the photos on this page for a brief display of the items on display. Our association with the Art Academy has helped us to uncover more information about the origin, history, and day-to-day uses of the artefacts within our collection. And we continue to update and add to our displays. If you have visited before, please come and see us again!
For further information, call 513-474-4997.