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Make sure you visit the Museum. Too much to see and just spare 2 hours to really see and go trough everything. Very detailed look into Ethiopian life.
The museum captures the way of life of the people of Ethiopia. It also has a section...More
We would like to visit Lucy but our guide driver mistakenly bring us to this museum. However, we can see and learn the different life, culture, environment, and history of Ethiopia from this museum.
You can visit this museum if you have enough time in...More
Wow... a very interesting place that has preserved history and time. By far one of the best museums in Addis and East Africa. Culture, history, location, and a glimpse into the past of Emperor Haile Selassie, this will be one of the highlights of your...More
Very interesting museum, highlighting the diversity of Ethiopia's 86 ethnic groups. Displays showed various aspects of life for the varied groups from birth till the end of their lives. Also a very interesting display about Ethiopia's famous honey and how bush hives are attached to...More
The museum is located within the Addis Ababa university. Many aspects of Ethiopian life and culture are on display here. Music instruments and old graves called waqas are very interesting. The emperor’s bed can also be seen.
The museum itself was great. 100birr per person. However the museum is located within the university, which would have been fine if the guard at the gates didn’t insist on keeping my partner’s ID. Given all we had given him was a driver’s licence. But...More
ESte museo fue el palacio del Emperador Haile Selassie, hoy sede de la Universidad y del Museo Etnológico. Es intersante la parte histórica , donde se recorren las habitaciones del Emperador y la Emperatriz, y luego todas las salas dedicadas a las costumbres y tradiciones...More