Museums Tanzania

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National Museum of Tanzania
The National Museum of Tanzania is a body corporate established by Act of Parliament. It is a scientific educational and cultural institution charged with the duties of collecting, conserving, displaying, and researching on all materials relating to Tanzanian’s cultural and natural heritage.

Mwalimu Nyerere Museum Centre
Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere Museum is located at Butiama village - the birth and burial place of the Father of The nation in, Musoma district, Mara region in Tanzania.The museum was officially opened by the Prime minister of the United Republic of Tanzania , Ho.Fredrick Tluway Sumaye on 2nd July 1999. Julius Nyerere also attended the opening ceremony. It hosts various items connected to Mwalimu Julius Nyerere`s life time.

Olduvai Gorge Museum
The Olduvai Gorge Museum is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Northern Tanzania on the edge the of Olduvai Gorge. The Museum was Founded by Mary Leakey and is now under the jurisdiction of the Tanzanian Government's Department of Cultural Antiquities. It is a Museum dedicated to the appreciation and understanding of the Olduvai Gorge and Laetoli fossil sites.

Sukuma Museum
The Sukuma Museum is a community-based museum located in Tanzania. It is dedicated to the preservation and display of artifacts related to the Sukuma culture.

House of Wonders Museum
The House of Wonders, the most imposing structure on the sea front, was built in the 1880s as a ceremonial palace. During the colonial period it was used as the headquarters of the colonial administration. It was converted into a school and a museum for the ruling party after the Revolution, designed by the North Koreans in their typical ‘Great Leader’ tradition.

Arusha Declaration Museum
The Arusha Declaration Museum is located at Kaloleni area in Arusha city. It is the first ever museum in the Arusha region and also in the northern tourist circuit. The Museum is housed in the historical building which until 1967 was used as the social welfare hall for the people of Kaloleni area.