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The museum, for the time and the mentality of the period, can be considered complete, not less than other of the same period in Europe.
There is a huge collection of stuffed animals.
The imagination of the embalmers has reproduced bloody scenes that, in their...More
Old-fashioned museum - very old-fashioned - in stunning colonial-era building. Sadly, the main exhibit, filling the ground floor, is stuffed animals. We were fresh from Kruger, and my senses revolted at being confronted with these dead examples. Left withourt seeing the rest of the museum.
I know this place since my childhood. There's s unique collection of elephants preserved in featus stage. Highlight of the visit. I have visited this museum many times in the past. It reminds me of childhood. Wildlife is depicted in a way that's not to...More
I just came back from a visit to this museum. I honestly think they could charge more than 50MT & restore/revamp the museum. Beautiful building from an architectural point of view, but it is so dated inside & not really well kept. So much more...More
We had a Tour guide that took a group of us around the yard and inside the Museum. It was our second visit and with a guide he explained the history of the museum before and after the unrest that Maputo went through. It is...More
This place is amazing. You can see animals in their natural habitat just like as they're alive. My daughter was so delighted! I've been living in Maputo for my entire life but being there with my child was an amazing experience. Children can see live...More
I found the exhibitions uninteresting and not really engaging. The museum appears to be unkept, probably because they lack funding to keep the exhibits looking clean and presentable. The actual content of the museum is just not very interesting. It’s just a group of displays...More