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Fisheries Museum (Museu das Pescas)

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Interesting from outside to inside

Just next to Maputo port, the musuem get attention from those who walk by to look at the... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
Chul S
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For fishing lovers

The Fisheries Museum has been established in Maputo City since the year 2014 and was created to... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2017
Maputo, Mozambique
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

Its in downtown next to the old fortress, a rehabilitated venue allows visitants to have a notion of what was and still is fishing in Mozambique. 50MZN (less then a Euro or Dollar) / person and you go on a fishing trip with species and...More

Thank Pedro A
Reviewed 28 September 2018

Limited exhibits, nice building and hallway, close to the harbour....it should be a no go for English speakers since everything is written in Portuguese.

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Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

Just next to Maputo port, the musuem get attention from those who walk by to look at the architecture design of the building itself. Display of fishing gears and boats from the past let you know the way of living of artisanal fishermen in Mozambique....More

Thank Chul S
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

The Fisheries Museum has been established in Maputo City since the year 2014 and was created to dedicate itself to safeguarding the cultural heritage of the country by researching, collecting, preserving, preserving and disseminating the history of fishing in the country. Installed in a building...More

Thank pedrot857
Reviewed 24 July 2016

I just took a quick look. The items on display were labeled and easy to view. Very interesting history of fishing. Enjoyed the aquarium and the boats on display outside.

Thank Betty F
Reviewed 30 June 2016

The museum is very simple, with a limited but very nice collection, set in an architecturally beautiful building, very elegant, light, airy and functional. The location is great, next to the fortress and the Museu da Moeda (Currency Museum), right in the centre o town...More

Thank MarioForjazSecca
Reviewed 19 June 2016

This place is relatively small, but I really enjoyed the video and displays about the ways that Mozambicans live off the ocean. The video, which I think is just in Portuguese, was really interesting and showed how much respect and appreciation people have for the...More

Thank NafNaf09111
Reviewed 15 June 2016

Not huge but very open and user friendly. We had a guide who spoke reasonable English. He explained quite a lot and was very friendly and easy to ask questions of.

Thank PoitouCharentesphoto
Reviewed 4 September 2015

Very few items on display but what is there is well presented and interesting. It is a new construction and high quality museum.

Thank Nicolandia
Reviewed 16 August 2015

This is a very new museum which provides a great insight into the small-scale fisheries in Mozambique. The information boards are well put-together and provide great information, though unfortunately only in Portuguese which might make it less appealing for visitors who don't speak Portuguese. It's...More

Thank Rupi J
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