Oyotunji African Village
The cultures represented at this village are the Yoruba and Dahomey of West Africa. They seek to educate visitors on the achievements of Africans. The village is really just that - a village with a population of about 200. The denizens wear traditional brightly colored garb and play traditional music using woodwinds and drums. A sign posted at the front states "You are leaving the U.S. You are entering the Yoruba Kingdom."