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I arrived pretty late (they close at 17:00) so I couldn't visit all the museum. The entrance fee for internationals is 10 USD but if you like nature it's worth it.
There are many stuffed animals that make you feel in the real bush. The...More
We spent about two hours in this museum and throughly enjoyed it. I would recommend it as Bulawayo's premier tourist attraction. The displays are well maintained and the social history galleries in particular are very informative.
The Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe is actually the fifth purpose-built building to inhabit the area and function as a museum. Inaugurated in 1961 by the Bulawayo City Council, the present museum was funded by over 150 different trusts, companies, and private individuals. It was...More
This museum is kept to high standards and the artifacts and animals in the displays are well preserved. I enjoyed it so much the first time, that I have been back 3 more times. The staff are helpful and friendly and you can learn a...More
Old needs to keep up with the times. I visited it for the first time when i was doing a school trip 20 years ago. Nothing has changed. There should be more content to get visitors excited . Surrounding gardens also need help with upkeep.
This place is at the edge of the city. There is so much contained within the building. If you are going to visit you need to set aside several hours for the visit.
The establishment is due some modernisation but do let this put you...More
Had a wonderful afternoon walking around the museum. I am 36 now and last visited when I was about 10 and a schoolboy in Bulawayo. Very interesting to go back after so many years. Not much has changed since then in terms of deco and...More