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The Vanuatu Cultural Centre

Saralana Park, Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
+678 22129
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Saralana Park, Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
+678 22129
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Reviewed yesterday

Great improvement on little old museum in town with some really interesting exhibits for what is still a small museum but full of many things I hadn't previously seen

Thank uhhuhra
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Whilst the museum can look a little tired, it comes alive with Edgar the guide, who transfixed us with his stories, sand drawings and flute playing. There is an amazing, rich Melanesian culture within the museum and you get a good insight with a visit....More

Thank mfolland
Reviewed 1 week ago

My review is based upon my experience at the National Museum in the cultural center. Although a bit small and fairly pricey, the small tour I was given was perhaps my best experience in Vanuatu. The guide (an exceptional living treasure of Vanuatu) showed us...More

Thank William B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

All our visits we haven't visited here before but we are glad we did it this time. Some very interesting artifacts and and a very nice man who did some sand art and played some very lovely instruments for us all

Thank Annie P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

we wondered how many objects of cultural value have been squirreled away in other more "prestigious" museums around the world and weather those museums might better assist what is clearly a struggling institution to conserve more items here in their home country. the museum was...More

Thank kiwi572014
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For the size of the building there is a wide range of artifacts displayed for viewing. The cost is used to keep these rare relics intact for the future and they are working toward rebuilding the canoe making culture once so vital to survival among...More

Thank ruthandvern
Reviewed 1 August 2017

What a great find this attraction is. friendly welcoming staff and fantastic displays that will almost certainly encourage you to learn more about Vanuatu and the local islands. We did not have sufficient time for the guided talk but from the group we watched it...More

Thank Bill D
Reviewed 27 July 2017

The cultural centre is very small (just one big room) but very well laid out and lots of interesting displays. We had a really lovely guide called Edgak (from memory), he was very welcoming and did some excellent sand drawings for us and played musical...More

Thank wendy22102
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We came across this on a walk its located away from the main tourist area so could get a cheap bus there if you didnt want to walk. The museum guide is excellent and him doing sand drawings is worh going for on its own....More

Thank allanb273
Reviewed 1 July 2017

We were the only visitors to the museum on a Saturday morning Possibly overlooked by many tourists as being not worthwhile as it is only small The displays are well worth the visit even though I think the entry price is a little steep Hopefully...More

Thank lordy39
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Response from 64Travellerone | Reviewed this property |
From memory, it was about 200vat per person.