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Ju/'Hoansi Living Museum

The Ju/'Hoansi bushmen demonstrate and describe everything with great dedication and the guide translates into english. Almost every offered programm is interactive, because it is also great fun for the Ju/'Hoansi when the visitors try to shoot an arrow, experience the special Ju/'Hoansi rope skipping or try to sing a an original song.

 Ju/'Hoansi Living Museum


  • Established: 2004
  • Members / Staff: 75
  • Role:  Interpretation / Living History Group, Traditional (Ethnographic) Open-Air Museum

Entrance Fees / Opening Hours

  • Hours: Open every day from 08:30 - 17:00
  • Entrance fees: Depending on program. 9 programs from N$ 50.00 - N$ 600.00 per person.




Recommended 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 artefacts and information material.