Seychelles Sights

National Museum of History

  • Francis Rachel St.
  • Victoria

Published 03/31/2016

Fodor's Review

Established in 1964, the national museum houses artifacts relating to traditional lifestyles of the pre-colonial peoples, plus items such as the oldest known map of the islands, drawn in 1517. On the frumpy side, the museum is nonetheless worth visiting for its informative displays, such as an extremely interesting section on the slave trade and its influences on Seychelles.

Sight Information

Address:

Francis Rachel St., Mahé, Inner Islands, Seychelles

Phone:

/432–1333

Sight Details:

  • Rs15
  • Mon., Tues., Thurs., and Fri. 8:30–4:30; Wed. 8:30–noon; Sat. 9–1; closed Sun. and public holidays

Published 03/31/2016

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