The National Museum is part of the Vanuatu Cultural Centre, the role of which is to record and document the culture and cultural history of the numerous distinct cultural groups in Vanuatu.It is also a focus for cultural performances, both traditional and contemporary.
The permanent displays of the museum contains a large section of traditional artifacts, from masks and slit gongs to mats and scale models of outrigger canoes; as well as examples of pre-historic shells, fossils and pottery, and animals and birds from every island.
As well as vibrant series of changing temporary exhibitions, there are daily screenings of video documentaries on aspects of the culture and history of Vanuatu. Experienced staffs are available to give more detailed information about the exhibits.
Read more about The National Museum of Vanuatu on [http://www.vanuatuculture.org]
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