One of Namibia's museums and Windhoek's highest view point — showcasing the struggle for independence since the colonial era.
Some of its collection include photos, paintings, statues, weaponry and other memorabilia from the anti colonial resistance, anti apartheid movement, as well as the struggle that won Namibia's independence.
It is housed inside an 8 storey - 3 sided building, with only the top 5 floors being large enough for significant occupation. Each of these floors has a different section, accessible by a glass elevator.
The whole building provides good views of the surrounding scenery as well as the city, but the best is from the restaurant at the top.What to do there
Learn more about Namibia's long struggle for independence or dine at the restaurant.Best time to visit
Any time of the year. Location of Independence memorial museum
In eastern Windhoek, within walking distance of the Christuskirche
and Alte Feste museumHow to get there
By walking, public transport, vehicle.
There is both an international airport as well as a regional train and bus station within the city limits.References
1. By Zairon - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=71155359