KwaZulu Natal Museums

Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu Natal is a melting pot of African, European and Indian cultures. Show on Map

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Tatham Art Gallery

Where? Pietermaritzburg
The Tatham Art Gallery, one of the major art museums in South Africa, dates back to 1903. Situated in Pietermaritzburg the Tatham Art Gallery serves the Msunduzi region through the Visual Arts. The Tatham ...

Himeville Museum

Where? Himeville
The little town of Himeville is nestled in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal, with the magnificent Drakensberg Mountain Range behind it to make for a breath-taking backdrop of unimaginable proportions. The Himeville ...

Visit the Natal Museum

Where? Pietermaritzburg
Trade in an afternoon playing with mini plastic dinosaur toys for an afternoon spent gazing at a life size models of Stegosaurus, Triceratops and the ruler of the Cretaceous period, T-Rex, at the Natal Museum ...

Minerva Museum and Private Nature Reserve

Where? Richmond
The Minerva Museum is a fascinating place - a treasure trove of interesting odds and ends! From an iron lung to a potato sorter, an aeroplane engine to a candy floss machine, the museum is home to all sorts of ...

Moth Museum of Militaria

Where? Durban Central
Warriors Gate MOTH Museum of Militaria: The museum was started by World War 1 veterans and is now the international headquarters of the MOTHS organisation. The museum houses a superb collection of medals, ...

Whaling Museum

Where? Bluff
A whale eardrum is one of several interesting artefacts on display at the new whaling museum opened by Bluff local, Dave Nielsen, who has decided to share the memorabilia he has kept from his father's heyday ...

Empangeni Arts and Cultural History Museum

Where? Empangeni
The Empangeni Arts and Cultural History Museum has a representative collection of contemporary Kwa-Zulu Natal artists works and an ethnographic collection of the regional culture. Consisting of the ...

Luthuli Museum

Where? Stanger
The Luthuli Museum is one of the many tributes to those who fought for the freedom and peace of a nation, risking their lives and reputations. They had as their vision a country in which citizens of all ...

Umgeni Steam Train Trip

Where? Kloof
If you're running out of steam on your holiday, take it easy at a train window while still taking in the country, it's countryside and it's history on one of South Africa's oldest steam trains. Steam puffs as ...

Geology Education Museum

Where? Durban
The museum provides a series of displays pertaining to the high school geography syllabus, ranging from a basic introduction to minerals and rocks, to the fields of Economic and Structural Geology and ...

Baynesfield Estate Museum

Where? Richmond
The Baynesfield Estate Museum is made up of a few different sites, giving you a look at the life of Yorkshire born Joseph Bayne who was a Byrne Settler and who founded the Baynesfield Estate museum. During his ...

Newcastle Armoury

Where? Newcastle
Newcastle made the decision to build an Armoury during the 1870’s when there was a threat of war against Zululand. The Armoury was built and provided a home for local volunteers and those in service. It is ...

Natal Maritime Museum

Where? Durban North
Durban is the maritime trade centre for Africa and the city's economical epicentre so it is fitting that this is where the Port Natal Maritime Museum dropped anchor. This tribute to local seafaring traditions ...

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