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Matobo National Park
Matobo National Park is the oldest national park in Zimbabwe. It was established as Rhodes Matopos National Park in 1926, and was named thus because it forms the core of the Matobo Hills. This national park is focally known for its immense archaeological, historical and cultural identity that spans a period of last 2000 years. Matobo National Park’s most striking feature is the presence of over 3000 rock art sites that date back to 320 and 500 CE. This park also wows its visitors with its crevices, caves, clay ovens, historic artifacts and archaeological valuables that date back to fins the pre-Middle Stone Age. Visitors can also enjoy game viewing, hiking, trail riding, horse riding and fishing here.
Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe
The Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe is the largest and perhaps the finest museum in Zimbabwe. This more than 50-year old museum in Bulawayo is home to a remarkable collection of artifacts illustrating the history, mineral wealth and wildlife of the country. Some star highlights here include a remarkable display of precious gemstones, and specimens of insects, reptiles, amphibians, fish, birds and prehistoric life forms. The Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe also has the world’s second largest mounted elephant installed in its premises.
Bulawayo Railway Museum
Bulawayo Railway Museum is located at Bulawayo railway station in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. It is focally known for its several remarkable exhibits related to the history of the country’s railway system. Its oldest exhibit is the Jack Tar, which was the first train to cross the Victoria Falls Bridge in 1889. Other highlights in Bulawayo Railway Museum include a hundred year old railway steam engines of 9B class and 11th class, besides a 19th class locomotive and DE2 class diesel engine (that were built in 1952 and 1955 respectively).
Khami was the capital of the Torwa dynasty from 1450 to 1650 AD. It was located about 13.5 miles away from Bulawayo in Zimbabwe. This former historical city was ransacked by rebels presumably in 1683 and now only exists in ruins. Khami consists of several platforms, rough walls and houses. The star attraction here is an architectural setup of 7 areas that were exclusively built for the royal family and were flanked from all four sides for houses for common people.