The Dar es Salaam National Museum in Tanzania is a memorial museum dedicated to King George. Established in the 1940s, this museum still hosts a car used by the King and which is on exhibit. Discovered near Olduvai Gorge by Mary leaky, some bones of Australopithecus boiseiare on display here. Another brilliant museum is the open-air Village Museum, which was built in 1996 as a museum dedicated to the ethnography of Tanzania. It exhibits huts that are built traditionally,and which belong to the 16 ethnic tribes of Tanzania.
Also visit the National History Museum in Arusha, which hosts exhibitions on the evolution of humans and entomology. Arusha also has another museum, Arusha Declaration Museum, which showcases the history of Tanzania, and its freedom fight and the Arusha Declaration. Dedicated to Julius Nyerere, Tanzania’s first president, Nyerere Museum exhibits artifacts related to Nyerere’s personal and political career.