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I was sad to see how rundown the Palace Museum had become but there are still many items on display for visitors to see. We had to cut our visit short in order to get back to the hotel for lunch, which was a great...More
The Zanzibari people have an amazing heritage and history. Why can't they show some more pride in it? This place has the potential of being awesome, but it sadly looks like furniture someone found after being stored in a barn for 50 years. I didn't...More
The Palace Museum offers interesting insights into the daily life of the Sultan of Zanzibar. The first floor is dedicated to the rooms of state, while the second floor is for the private quarters of what was the Royal Family of Zanzibar. There are life-size...More
It is really nice place to visit if you are with a good tour guide. Our guide was very informative and funny. We really enjoy our tour. I would recommend to see this place in stone town especially if you are visiting more than one...More
Abandonned place too bad wall paintings falling apart few real old furniture covered in dust furniture not restored broken... Lots of employees I wonder what they re paid for and what they do all day...