Founded in 1908, the Uganda Museum’s remarkable regalia spans over two million years of human history, with a depiction of the history, cultures and treasures of Uganda under one roof.

The Museum has different sections including the Traditional music section with the traditional musical instruments and a live performance for the visitors, the Archaeology section with the parts of Stone Age and Iron Age where one is able to see the stone tools which were used 1,000,000 years ago, the Independence pavilion of science and industry having transport (7th car in Uganda), communication (model of the 1st telephone in East Africa), Ethnos history with the things of recent history like the first printing press in Uganda, Ethnography providing the visitors with the touch of cultures and peoples way of life, Paleontology with the fossils aged about 20,000,000 years ago.

Outside the Museum is the Cultural village, representing the whole of Uganda and exhibiting the ways of lives of Ugandans.