Natural History Museum Bulawayo

The Natural History Museum is home to extensive displays of history, geology, animals, birds and insects, and holds a library as a major source for scientific and educational activities and embraces a comprehensive library and exhibition galleries.

About The Natural History Museum in Bulawayo

The Natural History Museum in Bulawayo is Zimbabwe's largest museum. This circular building has its ground floor dedicated to natural history and geology, the first floor focuses on human history. At the entrance, the second-largest elephant ever to have been shot and stuffed welcomes you in.

Its world-renowned collections relate to Entomology (insects), Geology, Herpetology (reptiles and amphibians), Ichthyology (fishes), Mammology, Ornithology (birds), and Palaeontology (prehistoric life forms). There is a wide variety of public galleries exhibiting the history of Zimbabwe and which showcases the diversity of the natural wealth of Zimbabwe.

Open daily incl. Sundays & Public Holidays from 09h00 to 17h00
Not open Christmas Day & Good Friday

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