Museums Sudan

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National Museum of Sudan
The largest museum in Sudan, established for the first time at the Faculty of Letters in 1904 and moved to its present location at Al-Neel street in 1971, and visited by a lot of outstanding personalities from all over the world.

Bait Al-Khalifa Museum
This Museum lies at Omdurman Province. It consists of the residence of Caliph Abdulla Ben Al-Sayed Mohammad (Torsheen) , the successor of Imam Mehdi. It was built in 1887 under the supervision of the Italian architect Petro.

Sudanese National Museum of Ethnography
It was opened in 1956 . It includes different elements of the material culture which considers the aspects of the people’s heritage and reflects the cultural diversity in the various Sudanese districts.

Museum of Natural History
It is located at Al-Jamaa Street close to Al-Sharqa Hall . It includes many animals and birds which demonstrate the varied environments of Sudan . It was visited by many zoologists, amateurs and interested persons. Opens for visitors from 8a.m to 8 p.m excluding Monday.

Al-Qasr Museum
This Museum occupies the southeastern part of the Presidential Palace. It notarizes, keeps and displays the Presidential possessions and activities during the different eras of the Sudan’s modern history. The Museum contains various pavilions such as that of the Presidential old cars, the orders and medals, the rare oil paintings, the musical instruments… etc. Opens for visitors Friday, Sundays and Wednesdays mornings and evenings.

War Museum
This museum was built inside the people’s Army Headquarters . It contains a large number of weapons, military acquisitions, battle remains and memories of old fighters during the different historical periods of Sudan.

Sheikan Museum
This museum is located in El Obeid Town in Northern kordofan State. The name Sheikan is derived from a site near El Obeid, where the Mahdist forces vanquished a large British force at a battle in 1880. The museum was initiated in 1965 and holds a substantial number of historic and ethnographic elements that reflect the various stages of kordofan history.