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The Swakopmund Museum run by the Scientific Society Swakopmund. It is the largest privately run museum in Namibia and a favourite amongst locals and guests. On display are various types of indigenous plants, animals, minerals, an archaeological...more
We were visiting Swakopmund during a two week tour of Namibia. We had travelled for 6 days including the flight day and needed a quiet one relaxing while others in ourvtravel group sought out high octane activities. We had heard about this small private museum...More
The museum is small but packed with historical artifacts from both the German colonization of the area and anthropological information. There are interesting dioramas and replicas of period rooms both residential and commercial. There is a good display of minerals and gemstones of Namibia.
The Swakopmund museum is one of the most beautifully displayed museums I have yet visited! The attention to detail and the very apparent love and dedication to the displays is endearing, interesting and insightful!
Because it is a small museum, it's easily navigated with a...More
The Swakopmund Museum is truly worth a visit. It is amazingly supplied with information about the local animals, birds, reptiles and sea creatures, plus the local geological and mineral specimens. In addition, it has the most wonderful carriages, army equipment and uniforms and vehicles of...More
Speaking of tribes and cultural Norms has been altered to make it look seemingly to look fun.
who ever the owner is,He is not embracing africans heritage rather to make money for his European folks, who come to know about Africans yet do not get...More