Morija Museum & Archives, Morija

Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Possibly the best place in the country to learn about local history and culture, Morija Museum & Archives contains ethnographical exhibits and scientific artifacts. The museum also offers books for sale, chosen or written by the institution's long-time curator Stephen Gill. Our Morija trip planner makes visiting Morija Museum & Archives and other Morija attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Good place to learn about culture and heritage ... Only needs better preservation techniques so the Heritage objects don't get affected or lose value over time... They have really useful and...  more »
  • The cost is 30r or cheaper if you are a student, Lesotho national or child. The museum itself is small but there were some interesting exhibits covering the colonial era as well as some traditional...  more »
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  • Wonderful place that is rich in culture
  • If you are near, stop by, take the tour then go to the coffee shop, it’s worth the trip.

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