My husband & I visited this museum and had mixed feelings. Having volunteered for the Natural History Museum in our own city, I was saddened by the physical condition of the Bulawayo museum (exhibit cases with burned out lights, old tattered carpeting, couches with torn seats and stuffing foam visible). However, there are some very good exhibits upstairs worth seeing in the Hall of Man. There are some fantastic indiginous clothing and tools, along with great personal effects of some of the early settlers of Rhodesia and Bulawayo. Hand-embroidered panels as long as several hallways made by a local ladies guild is quite impressive. In addition, there are collections of native birds, insects, and mammals (including a 50 yr old elephant) that children will enjoy. I agree that for locals the $3 price is fair, $10 for foreigners is a little overpriced, but I would still recommend a visit.