National Museum of Rwanda in Huye

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Details of National Museum of Rwanda in Huye

The perfect spot for a short break on the long drive between Nyungwe Forest National Park and Kigali, the Rwandan National Museum offers some insight into Rwandan history and culture.

Halls on Rwandan geography, agriculture, clothing, and housing are regular residents within the beautiful building - with temporary exhibits often on display in a side hall.

Your visit will also give you the opportunity to visit the popular gift shop housed within the museum, and the opportunity to see the famous Intore dancers perform.

Short Overview

A visit to the Rwandan National Museum in Butare is often used to break up the long drive between Nyungwe Forest National Park and Kigali.


A gift from the Belgian government to celebrate 25 years of Rwandan independence, the museum offers a comprehensive overview of Rwandan history and culture.

  • NATIONAL MUSEUM OF RWANDA Museum tour. Optional Intore dance performance.

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