Such interesting things that are being allowed to descend into a dusty, unkempt display. So sad, considering the rich history. Just needs a drastic facelift!
Really not a good museum - some of the exhibitions have been removed, place falling apart overall - but it cost $1 and it needs it. So go if you have 10 minutes to spare.
Once upon a time in uganda, there was a place where kids went to learn the prehistory of this land. We saw bones of early man, the tools he used and way of life. Fast forward and we have a place where kids can learn how the authorities have abandoned who we are. The huts and cottages littered in the... 更多
We were given a complimentary guide for our tour. While not the most modern museum, it was clear that care has been taken to have good samples of a range of cultural and anthropological items to give a good overall feel for Uganda. We were interested to see several school groups of teenagers. There was a nice part of the... 更多
Checked out my museum with my partner and we enjoyed wandering around to look at the exhibits, but the museum itself could use some work. Some of the sections seemed out of place (like a display of old Olympics paraphernalia), there wasn't a logical path to follow through the museum and many of the displays were poorly lit or not... 更多
The National Museum should be a showcase for the country but this one is a very poor representation of Uganda. It is shabby and very poorly maintained. The government ought to put some money into this to get it up to scratch.
I had great fun playing local instruments with the lady demonstrating their use and the overall contents are interesting and fairly varied. The largest tribe (the Baganda) are a little under-representated for some reason and the museum is, like much of Uganda, suffering from lack of funds resulting in an overall tired look. I had the advantage of my wife... 更多
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