The museum was opened on 20 March 2014 and it is dedicated to the country’s anti colonial and independence struggle. The first floor tells the story of Namibia under colonial rule, with the next floor shifting gears to the resistance movement, while the top floor is dominated by the road to independence. Don’t miss taking the glass elevator up the outside of the building for great views out over Windhoek. There’s a statue of founding president Sam Nujoma outside.

Location: Robert Mugabe Avenue
Tel: 061276842
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 09h00-17h00, Sat 10h00-17h00, Sun Closed
Entrance: Free