National Liberation Museum Park Guide
This museum tells the story of the Rwandan Liberation struggle that was the end to the Genocide against Tutsis; this struggle was initiated by the political wing known as the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) from the first of October 1990 to the fourth of July 1994.
National Liberation Museum Park is located In the northern province of Gicumbi district, northeast of Kigali at Mulindi. The national liberation park museum is one of the top 8 places to visit in Rwanda as it shows a great part of the Rwandans history.
National Liberation Museum brings the light to the untold stories of courage and determination, victory and defiance, heroics and heartbreaks.
The museum is located in the northern province of Gicumbi district, 80 kilometres northeast of Kigali at Mulindi.
It is open daily from 8am to 6pm. It is closed on 7th April and from 11am to 6pm on Umuganda days (the last Saturday of the month).
About National Liberation Museum Park
National Liberation Museum tells the story of the Rwandan Liberation struggle that was the end to the Genocide against Tutsis. The political wing known as the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) started the struggle from the first of October 1990 to the fourth of July 1994.
The museum narrates the sequence of events before, during and after the struggle. It displays visuals that include text and artifacts.
Among the objects, there is one that exhibits the bunker that protected the then Chairman of High Command, and now President of the Republic of Rwanda, H.E Paul Kagame.
Other objects in the museum represent the Arusha Agreement, a Campaign against Genocide, radio Muhabura used by the RPF and RPA for mobilisation, likeminded events besides initiatives.
The longstanding bunker that sheltered H.E Paul Kagame along with other official’s bunkers is fascinating.