Museums Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences
The Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences is the only museum in Zimbabwe with a comprehensive collection of traditional musical instruments. The rest of the collection dates back to 1903 and features objects of archaeological, ethnographic, historical and zoological interest.

The Queen Victoria Museum is a museum in Harare, Zimbabwe. Queen Victoria Museum offers a preview of Zimbabwean wildlife. It Queen Victoria Museum offers a preview of Zimbabwean wildlife.

National Gallery of Zimbabwe
The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) is a gallery in Harare, Zimbabwe, dedicated to the presentation and conservation of Zimbabwe’s contemporary art and visual heritage. In 2007, the gallery is celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.

Railway Museum, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Display of steam engines and rolling stock and station buildings from the earliest days of the country's railway history, including the Pullman saloon that transported Rhodes' body from Cape Town for his burial.

Zimbabwe Military Museum
The Zimbabwe Military Museum, located at the centre of a wide farming and agricultural district and is the only museum of its nature in Zimbabwe. The Museum focuses on the research and other museological endeavours in the military field, thereby liaising with the army, air force and police. The Museum opened its doors to the public on the 24th o f January 1974 as the Midlands Museum, which was changed to the current name in 1985.Although it is the smallest of the five Museums that form the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe, it is the only military museum in the country.

Natural History Museum, Bulawayo
The Natural History Museum in Bulawayo embraces a comprehensive library and exhibition galleries. 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.

Mutare Museum
Mutare Museum has a large collection of antiquities that include early forms of modern technology. The transport gallery portrays the history of that sector in the country, while the public galleries show animal and plant forms peculiar to the Eastern Districts, as well as the cultures of the people therein.

Gweru Museum
Gweru Museum is essentially a military and police history museum. A new development is the Aviation Museum, which houses both military and civilian aircraft, and is expanding to reflect the country’s history in that field. Gold Mining Museum in Kwe Kwe depicts through mining antiquarian, the history of the gold mining industry from the earliest times to date. At the same venue is the Paper House built of paper mache and wire mesh walls. It is the sole survivor of three such buildings constructed in 1895.

BaTonga Museum
The BaTonga Museum is a community museum which works under the framework of the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe. It is situated in Binga Growth Point, in the north-western part of Zimbabwe, by Lake Kariba. Binga is the trading centre of Tonga District.


National Mining Museum
The National Mining Museum is a museum dedicated to showcasing Zimbabwe's illustrious mining heritage. It was developed by the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe. The museum is found in Kwekwe, a town in central Zimbabwe.