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Very informative museum but difficult ( sometimes impossible) be read and see many of exhibits and materials. While other exhibits need cleaning and maintenance; such as Emperors bedroom would be greatly improved if the chandelier was cleaned and not entirely covered with ages of dust.
Laid out in a most interesting manner in the University of Addis Ababa, Haile Selassie's former Palace, surround by beautiful gardens, this was one of the biggest highlights of my trip to Addis Ababa. I highly recommend you hire the services of a guide, Mr....More
Six Kilo University muesem is found inside Addis Ababa university.The university used to be the palace of Emperor Hailesilasse for years and later became Hailessilasse university.I am not quiet sure when the name changed to Addis Ababa university.You have to walk ten minutes to...More
On out first visit the power was out. On the second we were able to see most of the displays but the lighting for most of the displays of many of them was extremely poor making it hard to read and observe.
This museum is located on the grounds of the university and was the former palace of Haile Selassie, Ethiopia's famous emperor. You can visit his and his wife's bedrooms and bathrooms and there is a nice display of his various costumes and uniforms. It was...More
Due to a power outage, half of my visit to the museum was aided by the light of my cell phone, but once the lights came back on, I found this museum very interesting, and the artistic quality of the objects (pottery, professional crosses, etc.)...More
Apparently this museum is a must. Although we when got there on Thursday the 5th of October we found it closed. We were told it was a holiday, which did not seem to make sense since other musea were open. We found out that there...More