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The Restaurant has a great view, it was such a hot day outside but once we got in the restaurant on the 6th floor of the Museum, it was so cool inside..the fresh air was amazing inside and at the balcony, my friends and I...More
Poor information an opinionated guide on a personal with his personal view. Not able to advise a guest that was suffering from the heat that there was a ventilated air conditioned area on the upper floor with access to water and food. Hot and stuffy...More
We kind of stumbled into this oddly fashioned museum.restaurant. As others have mentioned, it's a bit chaotic, but it was interesting to be in a museum in Namibia which wasn't a wistful reflection of the colonial past with some anthopological nods to the quaint habits...More
The museum is housed in a modern multilevel building close to Parliament House.
Admission is free and the exhibits are set out over 3 floors accessed by an exterior glass walled lift.
From pre-colonial to present day, the museum offers an insight into the history...More
What a great surprise this building and museum was. After parking in the nearby Church and enjoying the architecture we walked over to the Independence Museum and spent a good couple of hours learning about the history of Namibia and enjoying the views! Recommend.
Go to the gold cylinder shaped building. The other part of the museum across the street appears to be closed (permanently?). Start at 1st floor and work your way up for the history of Namibia’s independence movement. Starts with late 19th century German colonial period...More