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This place is amazing. You can see animals in their natural habitat just like as they're alive. My daughter was so delighted! I've been living in Maputo for my entire life but being there with my child was an amazing experience. Children can see live...More
I found the exhibitions uninteresting and not really engaging. The museum appears to be unkept, probably because they lack funding to keep the exhibits looking clean and presentable. The actual content of the museum is just not very interesting. It’s just a group of displays...More
The "Museu de História Natural" was founded in 1911 and, since 1933, is housed at a beautiful neo Manueline architectural style (the Portuguese rococo) mansion. It is administerd by the "Universidade Eduardo Mondlane" and focus on natural sciences and etnography. It displays a nice collection...More
It’s quite small compared to other natural history museums i been to, but quite informative and scenic. Although the works of the animal figurines need more details and polishing. Overall a good visit, entrance fee is 50MZN per person
We reached there while touring the city of Maputo. The entrance fees was 50 MZN and I would say its not expensive for such a place. It has many animals “not real” and I loved how its organized in a way that similar animals are...More
This museum is pretty disappointing. The exterior is a nice architectural site but inside it's a bunch of stuffed animals with dust all over them. They can take more than the current 50 mts for entry, revamp the place and offer something more worthwhile. Save...More
We were in the city for just one day, and visited the museum as part of a city tour.
Being in Maputo, I must be honest and say that I was not expecting much. But was very pleasantly surprised by this museum.
It is a...More