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National Museum of Namibia

Windhoek's oldest building is home to the historical part of the national museum of Namibia.

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Attractions near to National Museum of Namibia

  • Joe's Beerhouse, Windhoek

    Joe's Beerhouse

    Definitely the most popular restaurant and bar between tourists. Come here if you'd like to taste crocodile meat and meet fellow travellers.

  • Windhoek Railway Station, Windhoek

    Windhoek Railway Station

    A hundred years old station and one of the most picturesque sights in Windhoek. Well worth the visit for the museum upstairs.

  • Independence Avenue, Windhoek

    Independence Avenue

    One of the city's main streets. Lined with cafés, restaurants, shops and both old and modern buildings.

  • Katutura, Windhoek


    A township created in the era of the apartheid. One of the safest in Africa, so you do not need a guide, but having one is recommended.

  • National Art Gallery of Namibia, Windhoek

    National Art Gallery of Namibia

    Namibia's most important gallery. Showcases mainly the best of Namibian art, but there are pieces from other parts of Africa as well.

  • Zoo Park, Windhoek

    Zoo Park

    The former zoo might be small, but thanks to the theatre, lake and playgrounds here, it's quite lively and a good place where to relax.

  • Wernhil Park Mall, Windhoek

    Wernhil Park Mall

    Windhoek's second largest shopping mall and the place to go if you need groceries, souvenirs or just a way to kill an afternoon.

  • Parliament of Namibia, Windhoek

    Parliament of Namibia

    The Namibian legislative body. Its sessions are open to public. You can also visit on a guided tour – don't forget to see the gardens.

  • National Botanic Garden of Namibia, Windhoek

    National Botanic Garden of Namibia

    The country's only botanic garden is a great showcase of the local flora. Do not expect much greenery – Namibia is a dry country after all.

  • Maerua Mall, Windhoek

    Maerua Mall

    The three floors of Namibia's largest shopping mall are home to shops, a cinema, cafés and restaurants.

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