Welcome To:
The Phuthadikobo Museum
Mochudi, Botswana

The Phuthadikobo Museum was founded in 1975. It is the only museum in Africa with an emphasis on the history of the community over the last 100 years and but has artifacts that are over 50,000 years old. Mochudi is 39 km northeast of the capital of Botswana, Gaborone. Why come to Mochudi? As Kenneth Kaunda (President of Zambia 1964-91) said during a visit: "This place, and others like it, form our moral and spiritual background and Gaborone represents the future." The town is the home of the paramount chief of the Bakgatla, Linchwe II. The Bakgatla Kingdom extends across the border into Republic of South Africa and included the famous Lost City.

You can make a brief visit of the museum from this web site. The museum is a not-for profit organization supported from a trust fund, grants from th e Government of Botswana, and sale of items on site.cold drinks, publications about Mochudi, postcards, silk screen articles such as tee shirts, dresses, shoulder bags and wall hangings.

Address PO Box 367, Mochudi, Botswana.

Telephone: +(267) 377238 Fax +(267) 578920