This museum is housed in two sections - the historical and political section in Alte Feste, and the anthrolopological/natural history section in Owella. The Alte Feste section was a disappointment. Run-down, boring, and devoted primarily to glorification of the rebel movement (and its leaders) leading to independence. The old historical photographs are interesting though, particularly the gruesome ones of the execution of the old king. The Owela section (a couple of blocks down the street) was more interesting, particularly the gallery showcasing Namibia's fascinating ethnography. Beware though - I ran to the Owella to get there before closing at 5pm, and it was already closed by 4:45pm! Worth a visit, especiallyl as the museums are free.
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