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Museums at the Namibian coast

An overview of museums in the coastal are of Namibia. Click on the museum to read more about it and to make a booking to visit the museum.

  • Cape Cross Museum

    Cape Cross Lodge Museum, which is located in the Cape Cross Lodge, showcases artefacts from the Pioneer age and the old times of the people in the Coastal Namib.

  • Gobabeb Training & Research Center

    The Gobabeb Training & Research Center contains six galleries with permanent displays and one gallery that is used for temporary exhibitions.

  • Lüderitzbucht Museum

    The Lüderitzbucht Museum focuses o the coastal towns history and and the diamond-mining industry of the Sperrgebiet (Restricted Area). Furthermore the museum has displays of natural history and indigenous groups of the area.

  • Swakopmund Museum

    Swakopmund Museum Information Founded in 1951 by dentist Dr. Alfons Weber who had a love for history and natural history. The Swakopmund Museum is the largest privately run Museum in Namibia. It houses exhibitions on a wide array of topics such as zoology, geology and technology. It also includes historical…

  • Walvis Bay Museum

    The Walvis Bay Museum was established in June 1978 through the combined efforts of the late former CEO (Town Clerk in bygone days) Mr. Jan Wilken, his secretary Mrs. Poppie Fox, MAN’S founding father, Mr. Günther von Schumann and the late Mr. Hein Altmann who collected most of the museum’s…