Good for visit and see the history of the island and see some of the thing which the tour guides spoke about.
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I would not go back again but I ma glad I went.It was small and many pieces were not dated and not in date order
A short, albeit steep walk from the centre of Vila. We wandered past the Aussie High Commission - a bit cool if you're Australian. Great water views on the way. A beautiful centre. Our kids (5 and 8) also loved it. Not too big to...More
I am pretty sure that this venue was called the National Museum, but let’s go with Cultural Centre, as it is certainly both. Whilst it is not the biggest or most technologically advanced such space in the world, it is more than appropriate and in...More
Abit of a disappointment if this is the national museum because needs to move in the modern age. Some of the items are very interesting but there is no time line to when things happened.
Great improvement on little old museum in town with some really interesting exhibits for what is still a small museum but full of many things I hadn't previously seen
Whilst the museum can look a little tired, it comes alive with Edgar the guide, who transfixed us with his stories, sand drawings and flute playing. There is an amazing, rich Melanesian culture within the museum and you get a good insight with a visit....More
My review is based upon my experience at the National Museum in the cultural center. Although a bit small and fairly pricey, the small tour I was given was perhaps my best experience in Vanuatu. The guide (an exceptional living treasure of Vanuatu) showed us...More
All our visits we haven't visited here before but we are glad we did it this time. Some very interesting artifacts and and a very nice man who did some sand art and played some very lovely instruments for us all