The Uganda Museum in Kampala is filled with fascinating history, displayed in a very antiquated style. The museum guides are extremely good, and a visit there is very worthwhile.
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This museum is a bit outdated and has not been kept up since it was constructed in 1962. Many displays lack proper lighting so expect to use your phone's flashlight in order to see inside the cases. The most interesting part of the museum was...More
I was preparing for hosting some clients from my home country, took this as a spot in their trip, a local guide showed me througg the museum, history learned about the capital and the history of the country, very informing experience.
We had a guide who showed us round, played the instruments and gave us a lot of information and interesting facts about the country. Tour took about about an hour - you show your own 'appreciation' by deciding a fair amount to pay. We really...More
We explored the museum in half an hour, I wouldn't recommend going there really. It's a bit outdated and there's not that much to see. It cost only 5000 shillings however, so if you really like museums and history you could give it a try...More
The national museum of Uganda is very small but interesting. I am impressed to see there the historic vehicle which was used by the Muslim president Idiamin. I have seen Xylophone first time there. And i revealed the stone age of Ugandan History to visiting...More
The museum is very interesting, especially for the rooms that present the ocal tribes and their customs
Very worth getting a guide, who will make the exhibitions alive for you. Check out the traditional huts outside.
The museum was typically fascinating as such establishments are. The fee is not too expensive and the tour through Uganda's colonial history, political legacy, cultural artifacts and a special exhibition on petroleum easily took two hours to complete. It was a tad disappointing that the...More