Supa Ngwao Museum is Francistown's only museum.
It started in 1986 as a mobile museum and by 1992 it moved to its current location.
The main purpose of the museum is to preserve historical information of Francistown and its surrounding villages as well as the ancient inhabitants of the above mentioned regions.
This is achieved by collecting and storing historical items such as....
....and much more!
All the above are displayed at the museum for your viewing pleasure.
Check out some of the pictures i took for you on my last visit:
There is also a craft shop where you can buy all sorts of stuff made by local craftsmen and women. Below are some of the items sold at the craft shop....
Don't forget to bring your camera along as well as a notebook, to jot down some of the interesting facts of the ancient inhabitants of Francistown and the north eastern region of Botswana...
The museum also provides guided walking tours of the city of Francistown. The tour covers all the heritage sites in Francistown. It a good way to learn the about the history of Francistown as a booming mining town many decades ago.
If you are interested in taking the tour, contact the museum at...
Supa-Ngwao Museum Centre
P O Box 766 Francistown Botswana
TEL/FAX: (+276) 2403088 Mobile:(+276) 71895790
Bookings are to be made at least 24 hours in advance with the Museum.