Botswana National Museum
The Botswana National Museum also known as the National Museum and Art Gallery, located in the capital of Gabarone, is a multi-disciplinary institution that included the National Art Gallery, National Library and Octagon Gallery, before adding a botanical garden in November 2007, displays traditional Botswanan crafts and paintings and aims to celebrate the work of local artists.
The Nhabe Museum has tons of information about the cultures of the surrounding Okavango Delta, including art, artifacts, and history. The theatrical exhibits give a more interactive side to the presentation and it is a great stop between safaris.
Khama III Memorial Museum
Kgosi Khama III Memorial Museum is located in Serowe some 315km from Gaborone towards Francistown. The Museum houses an interesting collection surrounding the lives and times of the Khama dynasty.
Kgosi Sechele I Museum
One of the oldest museums in Botswana, Kgosi Sechele I Museum is located some 50 kilometers west of Gaborone in the Molepolole. The museum is named after Kgosi Sechele I of Bakwena who ruled his tribe between 1831 1892, during which Mfecane, traders, missionaries and Boers introduced profound changes in the area.
Kuru Museum and Cultural Center
In the village of D'Kar in the Ghanzi district, the Kuru Museum and Cultural Centre is a place where local villagers and other Basarwa from neighbouring settlements come together to share and strenthen their traditions and culture.
Phuthadikobo Museum is situated on top of a hill in Mochudi village, of the Bakgatla Tribe. It houses a fascinating collection of old Botswana photographs and examples of Bakgatla tribal history. It also served as one of the inspirations for Alexander McCall Smith’s Number One Ladies’ Detective book series.