ABOUT INMR

Introduction

The Institute of National Museums of Rwanda (INMR) is a government institution, which was inaugurated in September 18, 1989 with one ethnographic museum based in Huye district-Southern Province officially known as the National Museum of Rwanda. Since 2004 other museums have been opened countrywide, these are:

Kandt House Museum of Kigali opened in December 2004, Museum of Rwesero in Nyanza opened in May 2006, King's Palace Museum in Nyanza/Rukari opened in May 2008, and Rwanda Art Museum in Kanombe opened in February 2009. Museum of Environment opened in Karongi District-Western Province on 16th July 2015. National Liberation Museum Park Campaign Against Genocide Museum Today INMR is positioning itself as a core stakeholder in promoting Rwandan Cultural tourism, with the aim of national economic development.

Brief History

The Institute of National Museums of Rwanda (INMR) is a government institution, which was inaugurated on September 18th, 1989 with an ethnographic museum based in Huye(Butare)-Southern Province officially known as the National Museum of Rwanda.

Mission

The INMR’s mission is to collect, preserve, research, and present Rwandese past and present cultural and natural national heritage.

Vision

To provide museums and heritage sites around the country with a platform for educating and exposing Rwandan Cultural and Natural richness.

Planning to visit museum? Look at the timetable for the upcoming exbitions

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