This is a place that is rarely considered, or seldomly recognized for its cultural and heritage importance in society or country. This places is rich in the history of Uganda as a country, from the time that Uganda was not even Uganda But a place on the African continent. Then comes the time that Africa is finally demarcated and separated... 更多
Had the great pleasure to visit this museum last Tuesday whilst on holiday in Kampala. It was such a great shame that we couldn't stay for much longer as we had some business to sort out at the nearby UK High Commission. The timeline of exhibits depicting the life, culture and wildlife of this beautiful Country from the very early... 更多
Uganda Museum definitely has a unique collection some of which relates to the origins of human civilisation and early political history in Uganda. There is evidence of effort to preserve these irreplaceable antiques. The staff are quite knowledgeable and helpful to the core. Sometimes you will find school going kids visiting the Museum and most weekends you will find music... 更多
there are many exhibits. If you want to know the history of Uganda it's a good place. This place sometimes held some events like chapatti festival.
The Uganda Museum has a lot to offer than what is known to the people / public. While at the Museum i have a whole trip thru history seeing all these beautiful artifacts.
I usually enjoy museums but this one was really boring and uninspiring. Many windows were empty or dirty, also some didn't even have light. You can go through the whole museum in less than an hour and in some corners there was trash laying around
It appears nothing in this museum has changed for decades including the light bulbs. The museum has some good exhibits but are poorly displayed and poorly labeled. For a country with such rich history, the museum is a let down.