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A highlight and not to be missed

Although one can quickly walk through the smallish museum, the friendly lady from the office joined... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2018
Erika J
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Nice museum and pizza placw

Small town with an old church and old building containing a small museum. Interesting to learn... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
L_Man1
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Church Street, Morija 190, Lesotho
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+266 2236 0308
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Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

Although one can quickly walk through the smallish museum, the friendly lady from the office joined us and presented so many interesting facts and stories in an excellent manner. Our primary / high school sons were fascinated by her explanations. Highly recommended!

Thank Erika J
Reviewed 8 August 2017

One of the few museums in Lesotho. We enjoyed it allthough we had limited time. The staff were very friendly

Thank Abrie_777
Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

Small town with an old church and old building containing a small museum. Interesting to learn about Lesotho. Very nice small cafe in the back who have their own pizza oven, run by a nice lady. Sometimes there is an art Center as well located...More

2  Thank L_Man1
Reviewed 1 July 2017

I had the pleasure of spending two weeks visiting the Morija Museum & Archives while conducting historical research. While the archives side has a well-earned reputation as one of the best in the country–for its unique documents (including papers from the missionary personnel), extensive library...More

3  Thank Samuel S
Reviewed 18 March 2017

While in Morija, we stopped by the Museum. The staff person was very nice. The room to really visit is inside and to the right, which has details on the history of Lesotho. Very interesting. Quick visit - were there less than an hour.

2  Thank MonaB1980
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Every little village / town has a story to tell, however Morija have plenty more to tell about the dinosaur footprint. The on-site guide is well-informed and shared as much information as what we could take in. Ate a delicious pizza at the small restaurant...More

1  Thank Maritza H
Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

This place provides knowledge about the history of this region. From the dinosaur until the present. If you get hungry there are the best pizzas in the country but before eating don't forget to climb the mountain to find the dinosaur footprints. A guide is...More

1  Thank Albert S
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

How often can one say I have visited every museum in a given country. Well visit this one and you can make that proud boast about Lesotho. It isn't a great museum in terms of exhibits but well worth a look if nearby. It also...More

1  Thank Colin L
Reviewed 8 May 2016

We served as Peace Corps Volunteers in Morija many years ago and recently visited again. This little museum is a lovely little community gem. Be sure to stay at the Morija Guest House nearby. You'll have a special visit!

1  Thank Bettycat123
Reviewed 11 January 2016

Most interesting collection of items, interesting literature, insight in the history, wildlife and culture of Lesotho. Even information of Lesotho Soldiers taking part in WWII

1  Thank Harald F
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